Planned Giving

Planned Giving

Welcome! We are pleased that you are interested in learning about the many benefits of planned giving. A planned gift is a charitable gift that you decide now to make at some time in the future as part of your estate and gift plan. A planned gift can benefit you and loved ones that you name. At the same time, it stands as a lasting reminder to your children and succeeding generations of the values and charitable works that are most important to you.

If there is a Jewish Federation in your community, we encourage you to contact the Federation directly if you have any questions about the best way for you to benefit through a planned gift. To find your local Jewish federation, you may search via our Federation Finder. If there is a Jewish Community Foundation in your community, your Jewish Federation can connect you with it.

If you live in a Network community, a member of the Planned Giving Team at The Jewish Federations of North America would be very pleased to help you.

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Any tax consequences described on this page are based on U.S. federal tax law. Charitable deductions from state and local taxes or from Canadian and provincial taxes may not be available to the same extent as from U.S. federal taxes. The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) does not provide legal advice. Donors are encouraged to seek independent tax and legal counsel. You may read JFNA's charitable solicitation disclosure statement here and important information about endowment gifts and bequests to JFNA here.