Max Mazin Brodovka was a Spanish businessman of Russian origin, president of the Jewish Community of Madrid between 1961 and 1969.
He was a key figure in the institutionalisation of the Spanish Jewish community during Franco’s regime, a pioneer of Spanish business associations and a promoter of innovative projects in the educational and university fields.
At the Max Mazin Foundation we work to study and conserve the memory of Max Mazin’s life, as well as his professional and institutional achievements.
The Foundation promotes cultural, economic, scientific, educational and social activities, paying special attention to those related to Jewish culture, as well as to the strengthening and consolidation of relations between Spain, Israel and the Jewish communities of the rest of the world, through training programs, courses, seminars, conferences and exhibitions.
We focus on supporting initiatives aimed at combating anti-Semitism, racism, xenophobia and other forms of intolerance, as well as promoting, supporting and disseminating the study, research and teaching of the Holocaust.
The Max Mazin Foundation is strictly family-based. Its Board of Trustees consists of his four children, Dafna, Daniel, Ariel and Miguel Mazin Mor, and is chaired by his widow, Atara Mor Zilberstein.
Our commitment to education, talent and solidarity
Max Mazin Foundation in the program Cámara Abierta 2.0 of TVE