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Focused on every step of the Jewish life-cycle, Chabad of the Bay Area will utilize your inheritance to lead the Jewish future. Leaving a bequest is a great way to safeguard our Jewish community. Your charitable contribution ensures that your support of Chabad will continue in eternity. 

Chabad of the Bay Area is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization. Your donation is tax deductible.

How a Legacy Gift Works

    Designate a portion of your estate to Chabad of the Bay Area for a Jewish legacy.

    Leave either a percentage or a specific amount to Chabad of the Bay Area.

    A bequest does not cost you anything during your lifetime.

    After your passing, the trustee will transfer the money or real estate to our institution.

    Bequests are revocable and can be changed or modified during your lifetime.

    Bequests can relieve the tax burden of your family.

    This is the most popular way for individuals to leave a Jewish legacy.

    Please inform Chabad of the Bay Area of your intention to leave a bequest.

Residuary Bequest - Chabad of the Bay Area is given a percentage of the estate.

Outright Bequest - Chabad of the Bay Area is given a specific dollar amount or a specific asset, such as securities or real estate.

Allow us to work with you, your family, and if desired your financial advisor, to develop the most personalized strategy for your goals.

For more information or for other giving options such as real estate,life insurance, retirement plans, charitable trusts, or charitable gift annuities please contact Rabbi Yitzchok Schmukler at 281-724-1554 or by email: [email protected].