The most common, impactful, and simple legacy gift is a charitable bequest made through your will.
A Bequest is a gift of assets such as stocks, bonds, jewelry, and/or cash that is made as part of a will or an estate plan
For gifts of $100,000 or more the Foundation will create a permanently named fund that will benefit the community forever and become part of your legacy.
Name the Foundation in your Will and become a member of our Legacy Society today.
In the truest sense of the Jewish value: L’dor V’dor (from generation to generation) Passing on values, strengthening future generations, and sharing the importance of elders and youth.
The Foundation for Jewish Philanthropies would be honored to assist you and your family in preserving your legacy.
Irving H. Levy, Executive Director
(716) 204-1139 • 716-390-9653 • Irv@jewishphilanthropies.org
Lorne Steinhart, Senior Manager of Client Relations
(716) 204-1135 • Lorne@jewishphilanthropies.org
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