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Reach For Our Tomorrow today!

Make more possible!

"Someone before me made sure that Temple Israel would be here, and I want to be sure it stays here.”
~ Sue Feir, Member since 1997

The greatest compliment you can give Temple Israel is to support what it stands for and what it does now and beyond your lifetime.

Do you ever wish there was funding to make visionary ideas and special opportunities real? For example, a series of renowned speakers or creating a new program based on popular demand or making an annual adult education trip possible. Funding for something that enhances Temple Israel’s aims, but is out of reach because of budget constraints.

The Reach For Our Tomorrow Legacy Fund is designed exactly for that purpose.

Your gift creates your legacy to ensure that this community you love continues to thrive. You safeguard the traditions you know and the traditions to come, building a secure and strong future.

Contribute today through a gift of cash, stocks or securities. Gifts to the Legacy Fund may have significant tax benefits.

The Reach For Our Tomorrow Legacy Fund is focused on doing more of what makes Temple Israel so special. It’s what you can do today to preserve and enhance Temple Israel into the future.

how to get started

Your attorney or financial advisor can provide information about different giving opportunities appropriate for you. Or, we can put you in touch with congregants who are professionals in relevant fields, and who have volunteered to help you understand how to include the Reach For Our Tomorrow Legacy Fund in your planning. Contact Temple Administrator Matt Mansfield at legacy@tinw.org.

Contact Temple Administrator Matt Mansfield at legacy@tinw.org for help. 

To make a gift by check:
Make the check out to Temple Israel of Northern Westchester.  In the “memo” field, write Legacy Fund.

Mail or deliver the check to:
Temple Israel of Northern Westchester
31 Glengary Road
Croton-on-Hudson, NY  10520
ATTN: Robin Safarowic

To make a gift with a credit card:
Use this form to make your gift online.

To make a gift of stocks, securities, or other goods, or if you are including Temple Israel of Northern Westchester as a beneficiary of a financial instrument (bank account, insurance policy, etc.), please contact Board of Trustees President Lisa Dashman at lisa@tinw.org.

from rabbi jaech

The Reach For Our Tomorrow Legacy Fund supports many kinds of programs that align with Temple Israel’s Mission and Values, helping to create a legacy for the future.

One program that is close to my heart is the Social Justice work that has been a part of Temple Israel since its founding in 1948. Our community has embraced the sacred responsibility reflected in the Torah’s words: to bring our broken world closer to wholeness. Each year, for example, our teen Confirmation students journey to Capitol Hill as Social Justice advocates. They meet with their Congressional leaders to present an issue they have chosen and to argue in favor of their position, learning first-hand how to impact the future.

I want the important work that’s part of our sacred community and spiritual life to continue for many years. That is why I support the Reach For Our Tomorrow Legacy Fund. I hope you will consider making a legacy gift, large or small, to enhance our programs and activities.

May we always strive to meet our sacred responsibility. May we honor our past by working for a future of justice and peace.

FROM OUR MEMBERS

"Temple Israel is more than just a spiritual home. It is a thriving community where I have found lasting friendships and a place where I belong.”
~ Tara Keiter, Member since 1995

“We’ve gotten so much from Temple Israel – friendships, support, community, understanding – that we want to pay it forward for the next generation.”
- Andrea & Stan Wertheimer, Members since 1991

"We  were looking for a community that welcomed us as an interfaith couple raising our children with a Jewish identity.  We felt an immediate connection with Temple Israel, and knew that we wanted to be an active part of it for many years to come.”
~ Cathleen Baker & Michael Goldberg, Members since 2017

"We have never felt anything but full support and acceptance from everyone at Temple Israel, and have had nothing but positive experiences, from Shabbat services to our son's Bar Mitzvah."
~ Stephanie and Adam Dunn, members since 2017

“We are excited to find a robust Jewish congregation and place of learning at Temple Israel, where we can play our part in sustaining Jewish life and traditions through this diverse and accepting community.”
~ Dana Moldovan, Member since 2019

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