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Creating a Named Fund  


Creating a Named Fund

 

Creating a named fund is a meaningful way to of establishing a legacy within the Temple Isaiah community. It can be tailored to the specific goals of the donor--perhaps to honor a loved one or support a particular aspect of congregational life. These named funds can grow with the help of family and friends, as additional gifts may be made at any time.

Named funds may be created with immediate gifts, over a period of years or with planned gifts, such as a bequest through one’s will.

Endowed Named Funds

L’Dor Va Dor named funds provide a continuing stream of income to support temple operations. Established with gifts of $100,000 or more, these LDVD named funds can be dedicated to a specific purpose such as education, to endow specific clergy positions or simply to support general Temple operations. We welcome the opportunity to work with you to establish a named fund that will be most meaningful to you and your family.

Current Use Named Funds

As part of Temple Isaiah’s 50th anniversary celebration, we have created a new group of named funds. Available for gifts of $10,000 or more, these named funds will be used to support current operations within four broad categories: Torah/Education, Kehillah/Community, Avodah/Worship and Mishkan/Our Temple Home. Within these broad categories, donors may further identify specific areas of interest. Contributions to these funds will be used as needed to support temple activities.

Charitable Gift Annuity Trust Named Funds

Temple Isaiah’s planned giving program, which allows people to provide for the Temple as part of their estate planning, includes a Charitable Gift Annuity Program managed by Combined Jewish Philanthropies. Like the annual named funds, gifts through this program will establish named funds within the categories of Torah, Kehillah, Avodah and Mishkan.

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