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Life and Legacy at CBH

Thanks To You, CBH Earned a $2,500 Grant for 2017; More Haverim Commitments Are Needed to Repeat Our Success in 2018!

Life and Legacy

More than 60 CBH partners already have committed to the future of Jewish life in Yolo County, by promising to leave a legacy gift - of any size - to Bet Haverim.  To see a list of your haverim who are participating, please click here.  Engaging profiles of several CBH Life and Legacy Donors also are available at this link.

Your synagogue founders created a legacy upon which each succeeding generation has continued to build.  You now have the opportunity to assure the vitality and growth of Jewish and spiritual life at Bet Haverim far into the future by planning for a legacy gift.

Legacy giving isn't just for the wealthy or the aged.  There is no minimum gift required and no expectation of payment while you are living.  Legacy gifts usually are only a small percentage of an estate, and demonstrate to your heirs your commitment to Jewish values.

Join your friends who have left a legacy, and make a difference by helping CBH to qualify for an unrestricted $2,500 incentive grant!  To complete this mitzvah, five additional legacy commitments to CBH must be received by early 2018.

To download a Letter of Intent, click here. For more information, or to return your signed form, please contact Michael Bobell, Life and Legacy Chair, at michael.bobell@gmail.com or 530-400-7031.

Also, if you have updated your estate plans to include CBH, please complete and sign the Legacy Gift Confirmation form and return it to the CBH office, or to Michael Bobell.

 

Todah Rabah to the following dedicated partners

who have joined the CBH Life and Legacy Program

as of April, 2018:

Amy and Dan Abramson, Barbara Anderson, Sally Besser, Michael Bobell, Linda and Stu Bresnick, Beth and Alan Brownstein, Larry Brownston, Joy and Steve Cohan, Merry and Alex Draffan, Betsy Elzufon, Peggy and Manny Epstein, Dalia and Larry Frank, Joyce Goldman, Marvin Goldman, Jennifer Goldman, Eric Hassid, Laurel Hassid, Denise Hoffner, Mark Joske, Nancy Lazarus and David Siegel, Robin Neuman, Andrew Newman, Larry Rappaport, Meryl Rappaport and Mark Haffer, Norma Rappaport, Libby and Gene Renkin, Janet Saunders and Roy Kaplan, Sandy and Al Sokolow, Hannah and Sherman Stein, Joan Sublett, Ann and Stewart Teal, Nancy and Bill Williams, Julie Hochman and Rabbi Greg Wolfe

Thirteen anonymous families

“As my fathers planted for me, so do I plant for my children” - Talmud

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