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Legacy Giving


The King David Society
 

“Hineini.”  Here I am! Depending on how you say this powerful Hebrew word, it can be an expression of total readiness to give of oneself. Hineini, we are here, because of those who came before us. Be a continuation of the past and plant seeds for the future by joining the Temple Beth El King David Society.

Members of the King David Society have created a Jewish legacy by notifying us that they have arranged:

A Legacy Gift where Temple Beth El is a beneficiary including:
Charitable Gift Annuity
Charitable Remainder Trust
The purchase of a Life Insurance Policy where the ownership of the policy is gifted to the Temple, as well as naming the Temple as the policy beneficiary.

Legacy Gifts also include Temple Beth El as beneficiary:

In your Will or Trust
In an existing Life Insurance Policy
In an existing IRA, 403(b), 457, 401k or other retirement account
In an existing annuity

There is no better time than the present to create your own legacy.  Select the form of planned giving most suited to your goals and enter into a partnership with us to help secure the future of Temple Beth El by signing a Declaration of Commitment and mailing it to the Temple. You can designate how the funds are to be used or donate funds to the General Fund where the Temple can use them where they are needed most, or add the funds to our Endowment Fund whose sole purpose is to generate a reliable stream of income to supplement donations and membership dues.

King David Society offers recognition to honor those individuals who have shown the foresight to remember Temple Beth El in their estate plans. Your planning today will make the difference in the future of Temple Beth El for years to come.
 


"We Jews are all here by Legacy. Despite all the travails our people have endured, even in our small numbers, we have led humankind in the science, the arts and social justice. History keeps writing us into the story of humankind and we will continue to do great things.”


Please note that this is only general information regarding available options to consider when making a Planned Gift. You are strongly encouraged to consult your personal legal and tax professional advisors to discuss which options would be best for your personal situation. You can direct them to contact the Temple Office and the most appropriate individual will be assigned to assist in the process. Members of our Temple Family have generously offered to help with this process at no charge to you.  For further information, please call Linda Sweet at 239-851-7211.

Fri, August 12 2022 15 Av 5782