Holocaust Museum Houston Moral Courage Award Dinner

Shining a spotlight on moral courage at Holocaust Museum Houston’s Moral Courage Award Dinner.

Holocaust Museum Houston seeks to build a more humane society by promoting responsible individual behavior, cultivating civility, and pursuing social justice. Part of this is rewarding those who work to make the world a better place and who fight injustices in society. One example of this are the acts of a young Congressman back in 1938, Lyndon Baines Johnson, who stretched the limits of his authority and risked his personal dreams to provide American sanctuary for threatened European Jews. It is because of these acts of moral courage that the Museum proudly named the Lyndon Baines Johnson Moral Courage Award in his honor.

For over 25 years, Holocaust Museum Houston has bestowed their LBJ Moral Courage Award to individuals and organizations who exemplify the Museum’s mission of using the lessons of the Holocaust and other genocides, to teach the dangers of hatred, prejudice, and apathy. Their vital work has created a better society by helping millions of people, both locally and globally. This year, the Museum honored Dr. Peter Hotez and Dr. Maria Elena Bottazzi with the Moral Courage Award and featured a concert performance by Award-Winning Actress and Singer, Vanessa Williams.

VISION is proud of our long-term relationship with Holocaust Museum Houston to help the Museum spread its message of hope and humanity. We are honored to champion their important work as a Production Partner for a better, more respectful world.

  • Video Production and Content Creation:

    Throughout our many years as a Production Partner for the Holocaust Museum Houston’s Moral Courage Award Dinner, VISION has produced a wide variety of video content to support the Museum’s important work and inspire audiences at their signature fundraising event.

  • Live Event Production:

    Holocaust Museum Houston’s LBJ Moral Courage Award Dinner is a star-studded affair that recognizes either a single righteous act or a lifetime of morally courageous behavior. This year, VISION helped the Museum honor acclaimed scientists and longtime research partners Dr. Peter Hotez and Dr. Maria Elena Bottazzi with the 2023 Moral Courage Award.



  • Broadcast-Level Digital Experience:

    During the Coronavirus pandemic, VISION utilized our video production and content creation skills to transform Holocaust Museum Houston’s in-person Moral Courage Award event program into a digital experience akin to tuning into a national award-show broadcast. The 2020 digital program launched on the evening of May 7, 2020—making it one of the earliest digital charity events of the 2020 pandemic.

Holocaust Museum Houston’s 2023 Lyndon Baines Johnson Moral Courage Award was a huge success with $1.7 million dollars raised to support the Museum’s ongoing educational programs that promote awareness of the dangers of hatred, prejudice, and apathy.

VISION is delighted to be a part of making Holocaust Museum Houston’s signature fundraising event a success and helping the Museum shine a spotlight on individuals who have helped make a better world for all—ensuring that their legacy of moral courage lives ON to inspire others.