A gift to Temple Israel of Greater Miami is a legacy to your community. Your charitable gift can help to sustain, enrich and grow our community for generations to come. Your will is an important element in your estate plan that enables you to protect the people you love, create lasting support for Temple Israel and help ensure the future of this community. Your bequest may provide for a specific dollar gift, a percentage of your estate, or specific asset(s) to be given to Temple Israel in support of various programs and activities. A bequest may also be in the form of a gift of the remaining assets of one’s estate. Bequests, like other gifts, can be designated for many purposes or given without restriction.
There are many ways to make a gift of almost any size. Listed below are some of the many options available:
- Appreciated securities
- Closely-held stock and other business interests
- Outright cash gifts
- Real estate and investment properties
- State of Israel bonds
- Tangible personal property
- Unrestricted Funds
- Zero coupon bonds
- IRA and other retirement funds
Those who have provided for Temple Israel in their wills and have notified the Temple of their intent are honored by having their names on the Heritage Society Plaque in the vestibule of the Bertha Abess Sanctuary.
If you have included Temple Israel in your will or have questions about planned gifts to the Temple, please call or email our Executive Director, Scott Brockman, at 305-573-5900, extension 404. Thank you, as always, for your support.
Centennial Brick Campaign
Centennial Brick, 8" x 4” size: at $250 each - offers a maximum of 3 lines of 18 characters each, including punctuation and spaces. Purchase
Centennial Brick, 8" x 8" size: at $360 each - offers a maximum of 6-8 lines of 18 characters each, including punctuation and spaces. Purchase
Recognize life's meaningful milestones by inscribing them on the Temple's Tree of Life wall display.
Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein and David Samuel Bornstein Memorial Fund
Provides scholarships for youth activities including High School in Israel and Jewish summer camp. Donate
Chefitz Learning Project
Donations provide funding for ongoing adult education programs. Donate
The Denmark Library
Donations go toward buying new books, as well as maintaining our existing inventory of books. Donate
Donated funds allow us to beautify the Bimah with fresh flowers for Shabbat, holiday services, and special events. Donate
Charles Held, Jr. Memorial Fund to Feed the Hungry
Donations are used to supply food to the Chapman Partnership for the Homeless Meal Program. Donate
Grace G. and B.B. Goldstein Music Fund
Provides funding for musical programming and guest artists. Donate
Rabbi Colman A. Zwitman Religious School
Contributions are allocated to the Religious School to support programs and events, as well as field trips. Donate
Helps provide the funds necessary to broadcast the live Shabbat and High Holy Day services on the radio and streaming on the web.
Dorothy Serotta Social Justice Forum
Funding allows for the creation of social justice programs, hosting guest speakers, and raising awareness of social justice issues in our community. Donate
Marjorie Schillinger Religious School Scholarship Fund
Your donation to this fund provides scholarships for Religious School students. Donate
Temple Israel of Greater Miami Sisterhood
Donated funds enable the Sisterhood to provide programs and services such as the Women's Seder, Sisterhood Shabbat, Break The Fast and Oneg Shabbats. Donate
Temple Israel General Fund
Contributions go toward the general support (programming, facility maintenance, etc.) of the Temple. Donate
Temple Israel Memorial Fund
Provides funds in memory of loved ones to help sustain the Temple. Donate