Planned Giving

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What is a planned gift?

Planned giving considers your strategic goals such as: best gift purpose(s); best asset to give; and best time to give. These strategies help donors become philanthropists.

Why should I consider making a planned gift?

Planned giving reflects your values and circumstances. Your gift plan can be documented while living, even if no payments or distributions are made until a later date. Your legacy is passed down from generation to generation, l'dor v'dor.

Is Hillel a tax-exempt charity?

Yes. Hillel's tax ID is 52-1844823

What is Hillel's legal name and address?

Hillel's legal name is Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life. Hillel International's address is 800 Eighth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001.

Who should I contact to learn more about planned giving?

Please contact Charles M. Miller, JD, AEP®, Senior Director of Planned Giving
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 202-449-6529

Can I create a (named) endowment fund or scholarship for Jewish students?

Yes! We can discuss your ideas and work with you to create a plan that meets your needs and confirms your plans.

Can I make my gift in honor or in memory of someone?

Absolutely! You just need to provide that information when making the gift.

How can I or my financial institution transfer funds?

There are many ways to transfer funds, including: online, mail, wire, ACH, and more.
Contact us if you are considering donating other types of property.