The Courage to Care exhibition is a positive and inspiring experience. The exhibition addresses contemporary issues of discrimination by demonstrating the power of the individual to make a difference if he or she is willing to stand up and take action to help anyone in need. The effects of caring action can be extraordinary in their results.

The exhibition takes as its basis the discriminatory policies of Nazi Germany and the ways in which they affected the lives of groups of people deemed not acceptable within that society, especially Jewish people. By highlighting and honouring the bravery of the men and women who risked their own lives to save others during the terrible years of World War II, the exhibition challenges us to not be bystanders, but to take action whenever we witness injustice in our society today.