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Jewish National Fund's award-winning Planned Giving Department helps you meet your personal, financial and estate planning goals by making a lifetime or testamentary charitable gift. Learn what types of assets make the best gifts, and how to make a gift that provides tax benefits and even life income.
Learn how others have made an impact through their acts of giving to our organization and others.
Dr. Max Robins Helping Save Lives in the Arava
Dr. Max Robins remembers a JNF Blue Box always present on the kitchen table. Born and raised in Detroit, his family placed an importance on both his secular and Jewish education.
Dr. and Mr. Ascher's Bequest Continues to Make an Impact on JNF Programs
Dr. Galli S. Ascher spent much of her life devoted to caring and helping others as a medical doctor in the field of pathology with a specialty in hematology and cancers of the blood.
Terry Katz Continues Legacy with Pledge to Israel
As a young girl, Terry Katz was given cardboard trees in school; each card was an opportunity to plant a tree in the new country of Israel. She took the responsibility...
The Bruce Gould Connection to Jewish National Fund
JNF has always had a strong presence in Bruce Gould's life, from the time he was a child in Sunday School dropping quarters into the Blue Box...
California Donor Affirms His Love of Israel Through JNF
Years ago, when David Gursky was in grade school, he and his classmates would place five-cent stickers on paper trees until they had raised the requisite...
A LEGACY OF GIVING MEMORIALIZED IN THE JEWISH STATE
Alper Abdy Garren was a brilliant scientist who was devoted to the creation and maintenance of public parks, for which he made a generous gift, upon his passing, to Jewish National Fund...
Rubenstein Family's Donor Advised Fund Supports JNF Projects
Steve Rubenstein didn't want to just write JNF a check. "My father cared a lot about Israel," said his son Andrew Rubenstein...
Donor's Legacy Helps Fulfill Ben Gurion's Dream
David Ben Gurion's hut at Sde Boker-the desert kibbutz where Israel's first prime minister retired-remains exactly as he left it at the time of his death in 1973...
Two amazing women; two amazing stories
Raya Cowan and May Mann may never have met, but the decisions they made during their lives are helping change the face of the Negev Desert after their deaths.
JNF's Record-Setting Campaign Thanks to Longtime Donors' Bequest
When John Boruchin was 12 years old, he attended a speech delivered by Zionist leader Ze'ev Jabotinsky. Inspired, he said then...
Jewish veterans of honor: West Point, WWII and a desk at the Pentagon
Irving Schoenberg grew up in St. Joseph, Missouri, born into a family with a strong love for the Jewish people and Israel. He had an interest in going to the military throughout high school...
Jewish veterans of honor: From WWII army medic to trial attorney, she always had a sense of humor
Dinah M. Selvin wore many hats during her 90 years, among them first lieutenant in the U.S. Army, physical therapist, public defender, and supporter of Jewish National Fund.