AREIVIM LEGACY SOCIETY

AREIVIM LEGACY SOCIETY2018-09-07T09:09:16+00:00

Jewish Learning Venture is proud to partner with the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia in the Areivim Legacy Community Project, planned giving to secure our Jewish future.

If you believe in the importance of securing our Jewish future, consider signing a non-binding Letter of Intent stating your commitment to establish a planned gift that will benefit Jewish Learning Venture:

You can be a philanthropist by:

  • Making a simple bequest in a will or trust provision
  • Naming us as beneficiary of a retirement or pension plan
  • Naming us as beneficiary of a life insurance policy
  • Making a grant from a donor advised fund, private foundation or supporting foundation
  • Establishing a Charitable Gift Annuity

Areivim Legacy Society Members

  • Marcy and Dan Bacine
  • Jonathan and Joy Broder
  • Lowell H. Dubrow
  • Carol and Jules Einhorn
  • Dr. Nathaniel A. Entin, z’’l, and Rabbi Cynthia Kravitz
  • Walter Ferst
  • Joel S. Goldhammer
  • Marilyn Z. Kutler
  • Jonathan and Sharon Levin
  • Joseph H. Levine, z”l, and Family
  • Michele and Robert Levin
  • Shelley and Bruce Menkowitz
  • Robin and Max Minkoff
  • Glenn and Rohna Paskow
  • Michael and Susan Paul
  • Mary and Nathan Relles
  • Hershel J. Richman
  • Amy and Mitch Russell
  • Mary and Nathan Relles
  • Elana Rivel
  • Steven D. Schwartz
  • David Smith
  • Miriam and Arthur Spector
  • Rabbi Philip Warmflash
  • Eric and Jill Weitz
  • Anonymous (4)

For More Information About the Areivim Legacy Society:
Rabbi Philip Warmflash, Chief Executive Officer
rabbiphil@jewishlearningventure.org / 215.320.0390