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A LISTING OF ALL OF OUR FUNDS

MAKE AN ANNUAL SUPPORT PLEDGE

PAY YOUR ANNUAL SUPPORT ONLINE

TAILORING A PERSONAL GIFT TO TOURO SYNAGOGUE
OR THE TOURO SYNAGOGUE FOUNDATION 


Special Giving Opportunities to help
Grow Touro’s Endowment and Ensure Our Future:

THE RABBI DAVID GOLDSTEIN SOCIETY

Anyone giving a cumulative, non-restricted gift of $100,000 or more to The Touro Synagogue Foundation
during their lifetime is invited to become a member of the Rabbi David Goldstein Society. Members of the
Rabbi David Goldstein Society are honored on the beautiful glass plaque in our main foyer.

For more information or to learn about how your gifts will strengthen our endowment,
please contact Kerry Tapia or one of the following Touro Synagogue Foundation Board Members:
Hal Shepard, Phyllis Alltmont or Scott Silbert.

THE TZEDAKAH SOCIETY

Touro Synagogue is a pillar of our Jewish community and a central gathering place to experience outstanding Jewish education, beautiful and spiritual worship, innovative programming, pastoral guidance and vital acts of community engagement. Touro Synagogue established the Tzedakah Society last year to recognize and honor members who, through their planned gifts, have decided to help sustain Touro beyond their lifetime. We’re delighted to report that, to date, 10 percent of our membership has joined the Tzedakah Society.

A planned gift could be a simple bequest in your will or the designation of Touro Synagogue as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, retirement fund or trust. It will serve to ensure the future of Touro Synagogue for generations to come. You can make arrangements for a future gift to Touro Synagogue at any time, without an outlay of funds during your lifetime . To be included in the Tzedakah Society, all you need to do is communicate to us that you have, or intend to include the Synagogue in your estate plan. You are not required to disclose anything about the nature of your gift. All such gifts are welcome and appreciated regardless of size.

Learn more about the Tzedakah Society here