The Legacy Society is a group of individuals who have included Hebrew Free Loan in their estate plans to help build a permanent financial base for the agency. These legacy gifts ensure that we can continue responding to the ever-changing needs of our Jewish community for generations to come, just as we have for the past 123 years.
By joining the Legacy Society, you make it possible for us to recognize your generosity during your lifetime, and you inspire others to include Hebrew Free Loan in their own estate plans.
Ways to Give
A simple bequest in your will or living trust is the most common way to give. A bequest can be made for a specific amount, for a percentage of your estate, or for all or a portion of what is left after you have made bequests to your family.
You can also name Hebrew Free Loan as a beneficiary of a retirement plan or life insurance policy.
To discuss your planned giving options, please contact Jamie Hyams, Development Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 546-9902 x106.
Click here for our legacy intent form, which lets us know that you have included, or plan to include, Hebrew Free Loan in your estate plans.
View a recent list of Hebrew Free Loan Legacy Society Members.
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Rochelle “Shell” Rubenstein had always had a close relationship with her father, Arthur Stadt. So after Arthur’s passing, Shell was surprised to learn something…Read More