Legacy and Endowment Giving


Most people leave an estate when they pass away, whether or not they have a great deal of wealth. “Estate” is simply a word used to describe belongings that you own at the time of your passing.  No matter what your income or estate value is, your gift is important.

 

CONTACT US:

 

Chelle Friedman
Director, Planned Giving
Chelle@JFFS.org
949.435.3484, ext.334

Why Leave a Legacy

 

By leaving a legacy gift, you ensure that the things you value will remain with the community when you are no longer here. You help build a vibrant, enduring community not just for your children but for their children to come as well.  Your generosity and vision will have an impact that lasts far beyond your lifetime. Bequests and endowments established decades ago are still sustaining our community today. Your legacy can, and should, reflect what is most important to you. Creating a legacy empowers you to complete the work of your heart.