Held at the Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort & Golf Club and subtitled A Vision for the Future, the Florida Holocaust Museum’s annual event honored three forward-looking individuals. The Loebenberg Humanitarian Award was posthumously given to Sir Nicholas Winton, who helped rescue 669 children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia before World War II. Tampa Bay native Elizabeth Dearborn Hughes was also honored with the award for her work establishing the Akilah Institute, Rwanda’s only college for women. Claire Sarnowski was presented with the 2020 Legacy Award for her work advocating for a law requiring Holocaust education for all students in her home state of Oregon. The museum — one of only three accredited Holocaust museums in the United States — also announced the creation of a new permanent center for children ages 6 to 10 that features interactive exhibits, art and virtual reality to teach them about the events of the Holocaust, the importance of upstander behavior, and human rights. Click through to see photos from the event (all photos by Brandi Images Photography).