FUND A LEGACY GIFT NOW
Make a Gift that Provides Income or Benefits. There are several options to set up a gift so that both you and the charity can benefit from the gift.
Donating appreciated stock is easy and is particularly advantageous if you want to make a gift during your lifetime, as you can benefit by avoiding capital gains taxes when you donate.
Qualified distributions from a retirement account
At 70 1⁄2 or older, you have an opportunity to make tax-free charitable gifts from your IRA.
Proceeds/cash from a sale of real estate or taxable assets
It could be you have just sold your business, come into an inheritance, or in some other way have come into some cash that you want to give to a Jewish organization you care about.
You can donate cash, securities, or other taxable assets to a charity and get a fixed income for the rest of your life.
Charitable remainder trust
You can make a gift of any asset and receive—yourself or a loved one—payments for a fixed period of time, with significant tax benefits.
You can also make a gift from what's left
Most people make a gift from what's left, which means that you do not need to make a gift-or even a pledge-today. You use what you need during your lifetime and give a portion of what's left to the nonprofits or causes that mean most to you.learn more