Making a Lasting Impact

Jewish camping is the strongest stimulus to building Jewish identity in today’s youth.

A planned gift is any major gift, made in lifetime or at death as part of a donor’s overall financial and/or estate planning. Such a gift, with the use of estate and tax planning techniques, provides for charity in ways that maximize the gift and/or minimize its impact on the donor’s estate. There are a number of types of planned gifts.

The Torah established a series of tzedakah offerings, each with its own special calculations, interpretations, and objectives. In addition, there were other Jewish communal obligations: on a percentage basis, at least 22% of the harvest was allocated for charity or tzedakah. We can therefore infer that this Jewish community practice (the Torah) was a precursor to planned or legacy giving.

To make Camp George part of your estate plan, and ensure the long-term success of Camp, let us know by completing a Legacy Giving Letter of Intent. To discuss your planned gift to Camp, please be in touch with us.

It is advisable to seek professional advice, as appropriate, to confirm any planned gift arrangements.