The Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance promotes learning, understanding, and acceptance that honors the cultural dignity of all humanity.
- To work in collaboration with community organizations to provide programs or exhibits in support of the mission of the Center.
- To provide materials that will be used to inform, educate and increase the understanding of cultural differences in the Colorado Springs Community.
- To sponsor programs in the community, in collaboration with community non-profit organizations, to build bridges to promote greater understanding and respect, honoring the cultural dignity of all people.
- Provide information and programming to community professionals to empower them to increase understanding and tolerance of both children and adults about the diversity that exists in the Colorado Springs Community.
The Greenberg Center for Learning and Tolerance was founded in November of 2003 when Dr. David and Paulette Greenberg were presented with the Temple Shalom Humanitarian Award. In recognition of their award, the Greenberg Center was established to promote learning, understanding and acceptance that honors the cultural dignity of all mankind.