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Turn Your Legacy
into a Source
of Blessing

Leaving a planned gift to Rabbi Meir Baal Haness
Charities connects you to a legacy of authentic giving.
Our mission to provide for needy families in Eretz Yisroel
becomes your mission, too.
Plan your Gift Today

Leaving a planned gift to Rabbi Meir Baal Haness Charities connects you to a legacy of authentic giving. Our mission to provide for needy families in Eretz Yisroel becomes your mission, too.

Legacy Giving for You and Your Family

The easiest way to support your favorite organization beyond your lifetime is through a charitable bequest. A charitable bequest doesn’t cost you anything, yet it allows you to to reap the merits of giving. Also known as a legacy gift, this is a future donation named in your will. Planned giving through a charitable bequest is a special mitzva (good deed) no matter the amount of the gift.

Benefits of Legacy Giving:

Planned giving through a charitable bequest expresses your values.

Your support for a charitable organization shows your appreciation for people who do good in this world. When you include a Jewish tzedaka organization in your will, it’s a deeper way of showing concern for your fellow Jews.

A charitable bequest is a way of honoring a family member past your lifetime.

Donating to a family member’s favorite charity in your will is a unique gift to them. The merit of the mitzvah (good deed) will accompany your family and allow you to keep giving to your family in a significant way.

Family members benefit from tax breaks  when 10% of an estate is left to charity.

Among other benefits of charitable bequests, your estate may qualify for an inheritance tax break if you create a with a charitable bequest in your will.

Leave a Lasting Imprint on Hearts & Souls

With a charitable bequest to Rabbi Meir Baal Haness tzedakah in your will, you set us up as your messengers to replace difficulty and sadness with joy for many years to come.

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Leave a Lasting Imprint on Hearts & Souls

With a charitable bequest to Rabbi Meir Baal Haness tzedakah in your will, you set us up as your messengers to replace difficulty and sadness with joy for many years to come.

Let’s Discuss Your Options

How to Create a Charitable Bequest

As you write your will, you may be thinking about how to leave a lasting legacy to future generations. A charity bequest in your will means that years from now, your money will make destitute children happy.

Planned gifts bring all the satisfaction of giving, while keeping your savings available as long as needed. If you ever need to cash in your estate, you’ll be able to do so.

Create a charitable bequest in 2 simple steps:

1
CHOOSE AN ORGANIZATION WITH
A MISSION YOU ADMIRE

Spend some time learning about organizations that have a mission which resonates with you, and choose the one which talks to you most.

2
NAME THAT ORGANIZATION AS
BENEFICIARY IN YOUR WILL

Name the charity in your will, trust, or estate plan as the beneficiary of any amount of money or a specific asset.

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How To Plan and Write a Will

Planning your will? Find out more about how to write your legal and Jewish will, and how to plan the distribution of your assets.

Planning for a Jewish Death

When a Jewish death occurs, there are important customs and
beliefs to keep in mind. Jewish ideas about death affect burial
customs, jewish funeral traditions, and the mourning period.

Planning for a Jewish Death

When a Jewish death occurs, there are important customs and
beliefs to keep in mind. Jewish ideas about death affect burial
customs, jewish funeral traditions, and the mourning period.

Partner With Us & Earn Everlasting Merits

Whether you’re getting started by researching what planned giving is
or you’re further along in the process and are seeking legal resources
for planned giving
, we’re here to help.