It’s easy to make a lasting legacy gift to Beth El. Visit to learn more.

Bequest: You can leave money, stocks, valuable objects. It may be in the form of a specific dollar amount, a percentage
of your estate, the remainder of your estate after all other bequests, or a specific item. If you already have a will or trust,
your lawyer can help you add a simple codicil or amendment, so you don’t need to rewrite the entire document.

Insurance: Make Beth El a beneficiary of your life insurance—in a specific amount, percentage, or remainder.

Retirement Plan, Pension, 401(k): As with insurance, you can leave a specific amount, percentage, or remainder after your death.

You can also make non-cash gifts right now.

Insurance: Give a current policy now (either one you create or one you no longer need), making Beth El the policy owner. Instead of making payments to the insurance company, you make tax-deductible payments to Beth El, and we pay the premiums.

Stocks, Bonds, Real Estate, and personal items: Anything of value can be given either through a bequest or outright.

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