The growing number of people establishing a planned gift through American Friends of Bar-Ilan University are helping themselves while supporting future generations of Bar-Ilan students. Through their meaningful giving of tzedakah (justice through philanthropy), friends of the University are ensuring the continuity of Bar-Ilan's mission of academic excellence combined with the fostering of tolerance and unity among all Jews.
There are many benefits that people derive from planned giving, which can be in the form of life income gifts, gift annuities, and other beneficial plans. Our National Director of Planned Giving, Gil Jacobson, is available to serve you and your family with helpful information. American Friends of Bar-Ilan University offers philanthropic options that will benefit you while supporting our vision to create Israel's largest and most comprehensive university that empowers students of all backgrounds to reach their maximum potential.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about ways you can support BIU through a planned gift that will help you save taxes, increase your income and pass more of your hard earned savings on to your heirs.
Ways to Give to the American Friends of Bar-Ilan University
AFBIU has now established a Bar-Ilan University in Israel Dor L'Dor Society. Members of this Society, who make a minimum $100,000 commitment and gift to the University, will receive recognition on campus. To learn more about becoming a Society member, please email email@example.com.
Our planned giving staff can assist you in developing a gift plan by providing personal illustrations, suggesting documents, and other helpful materials. If you have a question or would like to request additional information, please send an email to AFBIU Planned Giving Department with your name, mailing address, email address, spouse's name if appropriate and a brief message about the information you are seeking.
Notice: Consult your legal and tax advisors before making any material decisions based on this information.