L'dor Vador Legacy Society: Leave a lasting legacy.
Know from where you have come to know what your legacy will be. ~ Pirke Avrot, 3:1
As Temple B'nai Torah begins its fifth decade we, as a synagogue, have an opportunity to ensure our congregation's existence for many decades to come. The Temple, however, is the focal point of our religion and the strength of the Temple will determine Judaism's survival for our children and their children.
That is why Temple B'nai Torah has started the L'dor Vador Legacy Society, to create long term financial stability and growth for our Temple through the creation of endowments and deferred planned giving instruments by congregants through their estates. Some gifts will be small and some will be large but all will be welcomed and appreciated.
The L'dor Vador Legacy Society will consist of those members who have contributed to the Temple's Planned Giving Program.
Stephen Girard, an early American philanthropist, said, Even if I knew I would die tomorrow, I would plant an apple tree today.
We are grateful to those who have already included Temple B’nai Torah in their estate planning.
Shana and David Aucsmith
Marshall and Janice Brumer
Cliff and Pauline Cantor
Henry Farber and Amy McGinnis
Greg and Amy Glockner
Richard and Evie Gumpert
Carol and Andy Harris
Steve and Vicki Katz
Rabbi Jim and Julie Mirel
Mike z’l and Robin Negrin
Robin and Darryll Plotnik
The Rutstein Estate
Cantor David and Michael Serkin-Poole
Len and Pat Shapiro
Howard and Vivian Wasserteil
As a Reform Jewish community, we can plant an orchard for future generations.
If you have questions about Planned Giving, please contact Howard Wasserteil, email@example.com, (425) 603-9677 x210