Give with Lasting Impact Through Our Family of Funds
Feed the hungry. Fight racial injustice. Support your synagogue. We can create a fund that supports your giving goals, maximizes your charitable impact and provides tax advantages*. To open a fund, please contact Kathryn Gonnerman, Vice President of Philanthropy, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*This is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal, tax, or financial advice. When considering tax planning strategies, you should always consult with your own legal and tax advisors.
Community Action Funds
Support the long-term success of the local Jewish community. Our Trustees determine how to allocate these funds, ensuring our community will adapt for generations to come.
Donor Advised Funds
Enjoy a flexible, customized giving experience. You may receive a tax deduction. And, you can recommend grants to your favorite causes on your timeline.
Ensure that your favorite nonprofits and causes receive consistent support so they can continue their missions, forever.
Create any of the funds above, for a future gift to the Jewish community through your will, trust or planned gift. Pass on your values and leave a lasting impact.
Support promising students with limited resources. You can help them achieve their dreams and pursue meaningful opportunities.
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Our Family of Funds - At a Glance
To explore your giving options, please contact Kathryn Gonnerman, Vice President of Philanthropy, at email@example.com.
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Values in Action – Fundholders’ Impact
Grants from Donor Advised Fund holders are improving the quality of life for clients with limited finances at the Jewish Association for Community Living (JCL). "Gifts from the Foundation's generous...
Donor Advised Fund holders are supporting Music Matters, a first of its kind program for underserved children in Hartford. Hosted the by Charter Oak Cultural Center’s Youth Institute, students in...
Karen Binkhorst’s first gift to the Foundation’s Lillian Fund was in honor of her mother for Mother’s Day. “I made donations in my mother’s name for several years, but I wanted to be more involved...