Create a Jewish Legacy is a community-wide partnership
between Delaware's Jewish Agences, Synagogues, Jewish Federation of Delaware and the community to ensure, secure and sustain the Jewish community of Delaware for generations to come through bequests and other planned gifts. MORE >>>
The Lion of Judah Endowment (LOJE) allows you to help secure a strong and vibrant Jewish community for your children and grandchildren to enjoy. And provide for the needs of the Jewish poor, assist the elderly, rescue Jews facing hardship and peril around the world, fight anti-Semitism and help protect Israel, decades from now and for generations to come.
Join the over 2800 women who have established a LOJE, which you can create to fit your philanthropic and financial goals with a gift of $100,000 or more.
The Star of David Society of United Jewish Communities and the federations of North America is an elite national recognition program that honors outstanding philanthropists through special events and publications.
A PACE or LOJE of $200,000, or other permanent endowments of $500,000 or more invites your participation in the Star of David Society. You can provide unrestricted funds to help meet future community needs; or to provide permanent resources to aid identified programs, projects, agencies, organizations, or initiatives that are of particular interest to you and your family.
Join this exemplary network of donors whose commitment to the Jewish community extends beyond the present.
Joseph and Marion Greenbaum Scholarship Fund
The Joseph and Marion Greenbaum Scholarship Fund, a permanent restricted endowment of the Jewish Fund for the Future, which provides scholarships for undergraduate students to attend accredited colleges or universities in Israel. Please download the scholarship guidelines and the Israel Studies application below and return to the address on the application. For more information email Gina.Kozicki@shalomdel.org or call Gina at the Jewish Fund for the Future (302) 427-2100 x 20. Application deadline is April 1.
Jerusalem Study Fund
The Jerusalem Study Fund is a permanent restricted endowment of the Jewish Fund for the Future and supports students 16 or older (with preference to applicants aged sixteen through twenty-four) in their study at educational institutions located in Jerusalem, or its proximate suburbs in Israel. The Fund supports payment toward international transportation, tuition, books, room and board to defray expenses which otherwise would be paid by recipients. Priority will be given to applications received before April 1. Funding varies depending on the number of requests received and program cost. Please download the scholarship guidelines and application below. For more information email Gina.Kozicki@ShalomDel.org or call Gina at the Jewish Fund for the Future (302) 427-2100 x 20.
The Gilbert J. Spiegel Memorial Fund
The Gilbert J. Spiegel Memorial Fund, a permanent restricted endowment of the Jewish Fund for the Future, supports leadership development programs approved by the Jewish Federation of Delaware. Requests for funding should be sent to:
Gina Kozicki, Associate Director
Jewish Fund for the Future
101 Garden of Eden Road
Wilmington, DE 19803
(302) 427-2100 x20
Please include the following information:
• brief description of the program;
• total cost of the program
• extra-curricular activities
• Jewish involvement and what you hope to gain by participating in the program
Priority will be given to applications received before April 1. Funding varies depending on the number of requests received and program costs.
For more information about planned giving and endowments, bequests language and giving options for philanthropic funds and individuals, contact:
Richard Nassau, Esq. Director, JFF Richard@shalomdel.org
Gina Kozicki Associate Director, JFF Gina@shalomdel.org.
For more information about creating your Jewish Legacy, contact:
Andrea Bock Manager, CJL Andrea@shalomdel.org