Location: In SwopePark at Starlight and Pavilion Roads southeast of band pavilion
Designer: F.H. Parker, New York Architect
Dedicated: May 29, 1927
Description: Height: 13 feet (ground to top of figurines)
Length: 28 feet
Width: 14 feet
Two bronze figures, representing the strong giving aid to the weak, are mounted on a rectangular stone base with a cut stone bench on each side and a drinking fountain projecting outward in front
Alfred Benjamin established a foundation of Jewish Charities in Kansas City. He gave funds to build the Alfred Benjamin Dispensary, a medical clinic. He also helped to establish a camp for Jewish children.
This memorial was presented to Kansas City by his friends. Carved on the stone base beneath the bronze figures are these words:
In memory of Alfred Benjamin whose noble deeds are enshrined in the hearts of his fellowman.
On the front face of one stone seat back is carved “Charity” and on the other “Humanity”.