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Planned Giving at Temple Sinai


Central to our mission is ensuring the continuation of our sacred traditions l'dor vador - from generation to generation.

  • Your gift supports our congregation as we plan for our future
  • Your gift testifies to your enduring commitment to Temple Sinai.
  • Your gift leaves a legacy for the next generation

 

How will you assure Jewish tomorrows?

To support what you cherish about Jewish life; learning, community, worship, caring for those in need, or social justice, your legacy contribution ensures what you value most are sustained for future generations.

Planned Giving can be an important part of legacy and estate planning.  We want to make sure whatever donations you generously give to Temple Sinai makes sense for both you and your family.*

 

five easy ways to establish a lasting legacy at Temple Sinai

Gifting Appreciated Securities

Giving Proceeds from Inheritance or Sale of an Asset

Making a Bequest

Designating Temple Sinai as a Beneficiary

Gifting from your IRA to Temple Sinai Through a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD)

There are many other ways to make your legacy gift to Temple Sinai. Please contact Rabbi Amy Goodman, Executive Director at (781) 784-6081 or agoodman@temple-sinai.com for more information.


Gifting Appreciated Securities

Whether for your membership pledge, annual appeal contribution, or any gift to Temple Sinai, you can donate your appreciated security (stock, mutual fund, etc.) for this purpose. When donating an appreciated security from a non-retirement account, you as the donor may deduct the full appreciated value as a charitable contribution.*

For more information, contact Rabbi Amy Goodman, Executive Director at (781) 784-6081 or agoodman@temple-sinai.com.


Gifting Proceeds from An Inheritance/the Sale of an Asset

Many people choose to make an additional gift to Temple Sinai when they receive an inheritance or at the time of the sale of their home or business. These one-time gifts make a huge impact on our annual operations and can be designated toward a special fund, endowment, or capital project of your choosing. 

For more information, contact Rabbi Amy Goodman, Executive Director at (781) 784-6081 or agoodman@temple-sinai.com.


Making a Bequest

In as little as one sentence, you can leave money to Temple Sinai in your will or living trust.* This type of legacy gift supports our congregation and sustains our spiritual, cultural, and educational programs for our members and the community for years to come. 

If you have already made a provision for Temple Sinai in your estate plan, please let us know so that we may properly thank and recognize you. Even if you prefer not to be recognized, knowing about your gift helps us plan for the future and maximize the impact of your generosity.

For more information, contact Rabbi Amy Goodman, Executive Director at (781) 784-6081 or agoodman@temple-sinai.com.


Designating Temple Sinai as a Beneficiary

You can also designate Temple Sinai as the beneficiary of your IRA or Retirement Plan, Life Insurance Policy, or Commercial Annuity. This gift attests to your commitment to Temple Sinai that lasts beyond your lifetime and endures for future generations. 

For more information, contact Rabbi Amy Goodman, Executive Director at (781) 784-6081 or agoodman@temple-sinai.com.


Gifting from your IRA to Temple Sinai Through a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD)

You can give to Temple Sinai each year from your IRA or other eligible account that requires a minimum annual distribution without having to pay income tax on the donation. This type of gift is commonly called an IRA charitable rollover or qualified charitable distribution (QCD).*

For more information, contact Rabbi Amy Goodman, Executive Director at (781) 784-6081 or agoodman@temple-sinai.com.


*Temple Sinai and its employees do not provide tax, legal, or financial advice. This material has been prepared for informational purposes only. Consult your tax, legal, or financial advisors for advice about your individual situation. 

Sat, October 16 2021 10 Cheshvan 5782