Holocaust Remembrance Association officials held a groundbreaking ceremony for Phase 1 of the Holocaust Garden of Hope in King's Harbor on Nov. 14.

Located at 1660 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Kingwood, the Holocaust Garden of Hope will be a one-of-a-kind children's memorial garden featuring eight pocket exhibits, each focusing on a specific aspect of the Holocaust. According to the organization's website, the exhibits will feature art and plantings enhanced with personal stories told by people who experienced the Holocaust as children or young adults.

Based in Kingwood, the Holocaust Remembrance Association was founded in 2019 by Jewish descendants of Holocaust survivors and Christian allies. The nonprofit aims to facilitate education, healing and reconciliation, according to the organization's website.

To learn more about how to support the Holocaust Garden of Hope and other efforts by the Holocaust Remembrance Association, click here. 888-546-8111. www.holocaustremembranceassociation.org/garden-of-hope