Create a Jewish Legacy
We all strive to leave the world a better place through
our children, our good deeds, our generosity.
Create a Jewish Legacy is a program sponsored and presented by the Jewish Foundation of Greater New Haven and is a collaborative effort of our area agencies and synagogues to secure the future of the New Haven Jewish community.
Create a Jewish Legacy for:
Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven (PACE)
Temple Beth Tikvah
Beth Israel Synagogue
Congregation Mishkan Israel
Temple Beth David
Congregation Or Shalom
Temple Beth Sholom
Congregation Beth Shalom Rodfe Zedek
Congregation B’nai Jacob
Congregation Beth El–Keser Israel
Orchard Street Shul
Jewish Family Service
Towers at Tower Lane
Southern Connecticut Hebrew Academy
Jewish Community Center of Greater New Haven
Jewish Cemetery Association of Greater New Haven
Jewish Historical Society of Greater New Haven
New Haven Mikveh Society
Susan Voight created a legacy for her synagogue, Congregation Beth El-Keser Israel.
“I am excited to leave a two-fold legacy. My greatest legacy is having 3 children and now 7 grandchildren. As the daughter of Holocaust survivors, I can say, ‘We live on! We thrive!’ My second legacy is to my shul, Congregation Beth El–Keser Israel. I created a legacy for BEKI in my estate plans so that it can continue to be a place for families to learn and grow.”
Be forever remembered by our community for the legacy you leave.
Make YOUR legacy a brighter Jewish tomorrow.
JEWISH FOUNDATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Women of Vision
Rabbi Benjamin Scolnic
Board of Rabbis Appointee
Investment Chair & Jewish Elderly Grants Chair
Lisa Stanger, JD, LL.M.
(203) 387-2424, x382
Grants & Gifts Manager
(203) 387-2424, x312
Scholarship & Philanthropy Manager
(203) 387-2424, x316
(203) 387-2424, x327
Create a Jewish Legacy Manager
(203) 387-2424, x325
Open a donor-advised fund with the Jewish Foundation.
Think of a donor-advised fund as your charitable bank account. When you contribute cash or securities to your DAF, you are eligible to take an immediate tax deduction. Those funds can be invested for tax-free growth, and you can recommend grants to any IRS-qualified public charity over time.
1. Establish a special charitable fund in your name with the Jewish Foundation.
2. Contribute cash or appreciated securities.
3. Foundation sells the assets and credits your fund with the sale proceeds.
4. You receive a tax receipt for charitable deduction purposes—no capital gains taxes are payable.
5. The proceeds are invested and continue to work for you, tax free.
6. Request distribution to qualified charities—at your convenience.