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Organised with the support of the Norway and EEA Grants from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway.

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This Portal was created with the support provided by Orange
This Portal was created thanks to the financial support provided by the BRE Bank Foundation
"Virtual Shtetl" portal has been financed by means of Ministry of Culture and National Heritage "National Heritage" Program, priority 4: "Creating digital resources for the cultural heritage"
On the Portal the pictures from collection of the National Digital Archive are published, they have been obtained within the framework of cooperation of the National Digital Archive with the Museum of the History of Polish Jews.
The Virtual Shtetl and Jewish Records Indexing - Poland share the genealogical resources
In cooperation with The Emanuel Ringelblum Jewish Historical Institute, the Museum of the History of Polish Jews publishes chosen photographs from the Institute's collection on the "Virtual Shtetl" portal. Also the articles describing accounts gathered by JHI are published.
Institute of Adam Mickiewicz, which made available the material from the Diapozytyw Portal to the Museum of the History of Polish Jews
On portal are published photos obtained thanks to the courtesy of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
The Virtual Shtetl project is supported by the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.
Photos from collection "I ciągle widzę ich twarze" are published due to courtesy of Shalom Foundation. In cooperation also the works from the competition organized by the Shalom Foundation "Na wspólnej ziemi" (”On the Common Land”) and "Historia i kultura Żydów polskich" (“History and Culture of Polish Jews”) have been edited.
Centre for the Culture and Language of the Jews of the University of Wroclaw takes care of the part of the portal dedicated to the Dolnośląskie Province (województwo dolnośląskie); students of the University of Wroclaw translated texts for the portal into English.
The project "The Virtual Shtetl in Lower Silesia, the Opole Voivodship and Lubusz Land" was financed by Funds of the Civic Initiatives Fund (FIO)
Cooperation in working out the history of the towns and villages in the Lesser Poland Province (województwo małopolskie) through internships of its students from the Institute of Geography and Spatial Management.
Billion Graves.com is one of projects of MyHeritage.com. BillionGraves.com preserves precious records found in cemeteries throughout the world.
As part of the European Voluntary Service Project, the "Youth in Action" (Polish: Młodzież w działaniu) Program, we are welcoming two Volunteers, Daniel Słomka and Magdalena Buerbaumer. The Project is being realized thanks to the financial support of the European Commission.
Український центр вивчення історії Голокосту
Since 2012 to 2014 VŠĮ Jewish culture and information center run the Lithuanian version of the Virtual Shtetl