Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles

How to Give - Major Gifts, Endowment & Planned Giving

Major Gifts & Endowment

Donations of all sizes help ensure the future of JFS. Donations over $5,000 are considered major gifts. Major gifts can be made in support of our facilities, programs, or services and are essential to our long-term success and ability to serve all those in need—now and for years to come.

JFS has a variety of major gift options available. We offer individualized giving plans designed to meet your philanthropic goals and areas of interest. From naming a building to endowing a program in perpetuity, your gift will make a difference in the lives of our clients, volunteers and professional staff.

We are fortunate that throughout our agency’s history, many donors have decided to contribute to the JFS Endowment Fund. This fund serves as a major resource for our agency, meeting emergency needs, making seed money available for new programs and supporting innovative solutions to the needs of our community.

For more information, please call our office (213) 260-7926

Planned Giving

JFS Resource Development specialists can help you choose from a portfolio of options that will meet your long term financial, tax and estate planning objectives, while continuing your support for vulnerable members of our community. Our staff has experience with a wide variety of financial vehicles and is dedicated to personal service. Choose from one of the many planned giving options including charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts and bequests.

For more information, please call please call our office (213) 260-7926

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Social services for Nazi victims have been supported by a grant from the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany.
JFSLA receives funds from the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance Fund, administered by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany for the benefit of needy Jewish Nazi victims.
Funds have been provided by the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany for the Emergency Assistance Program for Nazi Victims at the discretion of the United States District Court supervising the lawsuit In Re: Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation (Swiss Banks).

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