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Legacy Gifts

As you are well aware, Suburban Orthodox Congregation Toras Chaim provides its members with an appropriate setting for spiritual and religious growth through uplifting Tefilah, a variety of Torah learning opportunities, abundant avenues for Chesed, and unwavering commitment and support for Eretz Yisrael.  SOTC is a place of personal and communal growth, meeting the life cycle needs of our members, and recognizing our responsibility to the greater community. Simply put, SOTC provides the framework to live a full and meaningful Jewish life.

Now, SOTC has made it possible for you continue your commitment to the growth and vibrancy of our community after 120. There is no greater way to honor a lifetime of spiritual growth and to elevate the soul for eternity, than to ensure the continued commitment to the values that SOTC upholds.

Leaving a bequest is a meaningful way to allow your beloved Kehillah to continue to flourish for years to come.

How a Bequest Works
●      Designate a portion of your estate to SUBURBAN ORTHODOX for a Jewish legacy.
●      Leave either a percentage or a specific amount to SUBURBAN ORTHODOX.
●      A bequest does not cost you anything during your lifetime.
●      After your passing, the trustee will transfer the money or real estate to our institution.
●      Bequests are revocable and can be changed or modified during your lifetime.
●      Bequests can relieve the tax burden of your family.

Most popular ways for individuals to leave a Jewish legacy:

Residuary Bequest - SUBURBAN ORTHODOX is given a percentage of the estate.
Outright Bequest - SUBURBAN ORTHODOX is given a specific dollar amount or a specific asset, such as securities or real estate.

We would be honored to work with you, your family, and if desired your financial advisor, to develop the most personalized strategy for your goals.

For more information, please contact us:

Rabbi Silber, 410-486-6672
Richard Nudleman, 443-827-8100
Ken Creeger, 410-358-5403

We thank you again for your continuous commitment to our Kehillah, and we thank you in advance for considering our precious Shul in your estate planning. In the merit of your act Tzedakah (charity), may Hashem bless you and your family members with longevity and abundance.

Mon, October 15 2018 6 Cheshvan 5779