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Ahavas Sholom is now part of  the Life and Legacy  program to promote endowments for our  shul and the Jewish community 

LIFE & LEGACY is a four-year partnership program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation that assists communities across North America, through partnerships with Jewish Federations and Foundations to promote after-lifetime giving to build endowments that will sustain valued organizations and vibrant Jewish communities for the next generation and beyond.

Through training, support, and monetary incentives, LIFE & LEGACY motivates Jewish organizations to secure legacy gifts, steward donors, and integrate legacy giving into the philanthropic culture of the Jewish community.

What is a Legacy Gift?

Legacy Giving is after-life giving. You do not have to be wealthy, nor do you need to give today, to make a difference in Ahavas Sholom's future. You can leave a Legacy Gift in many ways, such as:
• Gift of Life Insurance– by naming Ahavas Sholom as a beneficiary to receive a portion of your insurance
• Gift of retirement funds (IRA/401k/ pension) – by naming Ahavas Sholom as a beneficiary to receive a portion of your remaining balance
• Gift of cash or assets
• Charitable Gift Annuity
• Charitable Remainder Trust

Your LIFE & LEGACY™ Gift will be invested and will provide annual revenue to support our shul for many generations to come.

Ahavas Sholom is pleased to be affiliated with this program. For more information, please contact Dotan Herszage, Sandy Lefkowitz, Nancy Kay or Phil Weinerman




What is LIFE & LEGACY?

  • A four-year capacity building program offered by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation that provides training, support and monetary incentives to help organizations grow their endowments by securing meaningful legacy gifts.
  • This program builds a stronger, more cohesive community by creating a strong partnership with all Jewish organizations.

What are the goals of LIFE & LEGACY?

  • To capitalize on the ongoing opportunity that is the $59 trillion intergenerational transfer of wealth
  • To integrate legacy giving into a community’s philanthropic culture
  • To help every donor become a philanthropist (one does not need to be 65 and wealthy to leave an after lifetime gift).


Mon, December 5 2022 11 Kislev 5783