100 Names for 100 Years

Jefferey & Cindy Dauber Anapolsky Fund

Susie and David Askanase Fund Lynne & Phillip Aronoff Fund

Ann & Donold Graubert Fund Linda Suib Fund

Mollie and Eugene Tunitsky Fund Donna and Philip Tenenbaum Fund

Eve and Bobby Lapin Fund Dee Dee Dochen Fund

Loren and Lynn Chorn Fund Janey and Mal Finger Fund

Ben Guefen Fund Arline Guefen Fund

Alan Schnur Fund

Deutsch Fund Goldberg Fund

Nachenberg Fund Howard Promise

Garner Promise Seth Tenenbaum Memorial Scholarship Fund

Burger Promise Davis Promise

Anapolsky_Promise Anonymous_Promise

Muriel Folloder Phillips Promise for the Future Barbara and Jacob Leon Promise for the future

Muriel Folloder Phillips Promise for the Future Barbara and Jacob Leon Promise for the future

Muriel Folloder Phillips Promise for the Future Barbara and Jacob Leon Promise for the future

Muriel Folloder Phillips Promise for the Future Barbara and Jacob Leon Promise for the future

Muriel Folloder Phillips Promise for the Future Barbara and Jacob Leon Promise for the future

Muriel Folloder Phillips Promise for the Future Barbara and Jacob Leon Promise for the future

Susan and Michael Bono Family Fortitude Fund The Annette & Daniel P. Gordon Fund

The Leon Weiner FundThe Jake and Nina Kamin Fund

The Harry Zuber FundThe Harry A. and Rose Getz Fund

The Marc Grossberg Family FundThe David Marks Fund

Centennial Gifts

The Spolane FundThe Wishnow Fund

The Levin FundThe Levine Fund

The Feldman FundThe Baliff Fund

The Helene Maltzman FundThe Ehrenkranz Fund

Promises for the Future Bequests

Other families have established centennial gifts

The Nathan and Amelia Klein Endowment FundThe Graubart Fund

The Rosenstock FundThe Isabelle and Eric Mayer Fund for Disability Services

The Woskow Fund for Designated NeedsThe Nathan J. Klein Building Endowment Fund

The Breslauer FundThe Nathan & Sarah Klein Student Loan Fund

The Woskow FundThe Goldberg Fund

The Della Schaffer FundThe Sheffield Fund

Centennial Gifts

Learn how to make a Centennial Endowment Gift here

Other families have established centennial gifts

Previous Gifts

Read their thoughts here.

 

100 Names for 100 Years

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE

Since 1913

100 Names will

create the safety net and other vital

resources for future generations

of Jewish individuals and families

in the greater Houston area who

face emotional, financial, cognitive

and physical challenges, whether

ongoing or in an emergency.

In the last 100 years, families

created legacy gifts that are being

used for clients today by Jewish

Family Service. The creation of your

legacy will provide the foundation

for our Jewish community’s next

century of safety net services.

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about people who need counseling, those among us with disabilities, the unemployed, patients in the

hospital, families who need emergency assistance, individuals in crises, seniors who deserve dignity and want independence, caring volunteers, and members of our community who don’t even have the most basic of needs.

 

A discussion with the leadership of 100 Names can help determine the area of needs that matter the most to you. A bequest to Houston Jewish Family Foundation in your will is perhaps the easiest way to ensure the continuity of your charitable giving.

Create Your Legacy
Sustainers of the Community

$1,000,000 and greater to endow or support a program within the Family of Services

Visionaries of the Community

$500,000 and greater to endow or support a program within the Family of Services

Guardians of the Community

$250,000 and greater to endow or support a program within the Family of Services

Pillars of the Community

$100,000 and greater to endow or support a program within the Family of Services

 

All levels of legacy gifts, funded now or as a “promise for the future,” will be recognized.

 

If you choose to make a general bequest in your will or trust, please use the following language: “I give $ ______ (or ___% of my residuary estate) to the Houston Jewish Family Foundation, a 501C3 nonprofit corporation in Houston, Texas to be used for general purposes to further the mission of Jewish Family Service of Houston. Tax ID 76-0240622”

How do I

create a

legacy?

It is easy. Begin by having a quiet conversation with the leadership of

100 Names .

 

There are many different ways to create a permanent legacy. Everyone has a unique family and financial situation. Your legacy gift of any size can make a difference in the lives of future generations in our Houston Jewish community.

 

We invite you to talk with us about the many opportunities 100 Names provides for you to continue the mitzvah of tzedakah for decades to come.

 

100 Names Leadership

Mark Wise, President, Houston

Jewish Family Foundation

Steve Robinson, President, JFS Debra G. Cohen

Donald Freedman

Jacob Leon

Co-Chairs 100 Names for 100 Years

 

Linda L. Burger, CEO, JFS

713.667.9336 x229

Iburger@jfshouston.org

 

Alan Reingold, CFO, JFS

713.667.9336 x223

areingold@jfshouston.org

 

Rachel W. Davis, CDO, JFS

713.667.9336 x213

rdavis@jfshouston.org

 

4131 South Braeswood • Houston,TX 77025

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