Ways to Give
Jewish Free Loan Association has 501 (c)(3) status as a public charity under Federal ID 95-1691014.
The Legacy Circle is a way for donors to support JFLA through planned giving opportunities. Supporting JFLA’s Legacy Circle helps ensure the future viability of our interest-free lending services.
Ways to make a planned gift:
- A Bequest- Leave money, stock, or bonds to JFLA in your will or trust.
- Retirement Plan- Designate JFLA as a beneficiary for part or all of an IRA.
- Life Insurance Policy- Make JFLA the owner and beneficiary of your life insurance policy.
JFLA is available to work with you and your financial advisor to determine the best way for you to make a gift.
For more information, please contact Kelly Halligan at (323) 761-8833 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
More ways to support JFLA
Contribute in honor or memory of someone special. When you give to JFLA, we send a tribute card by mail or email in recognition of your gift.
Automatic Monthly Gifts
Become a sustaining donor and show your commitment to Jewish Free Loan monthly.
If your employer has a matching gift program, you may be able to double your donation.
Named Loan Fund
Create an enduring charitable legacy and receive significant personal and estate tax advantages by establishing a new loan program at Jewish Free Loan.
Create a fundraising campaign on social media that you can customize around any type of event.
JFLA’s Bar/Bat Mitzvah Program encourages students to find personally meaningful ways to incorporate tzedakah (charity/justice) into their new lives as adults.
Gifts of appreciated stock are great assets to donate since JFLA won’t pay capital gains tax, but you would if you sold it yourself.You may think it will require a lot of paperwork and phone calls, but it is simple. Ask us for our stock transfer instructions, then pass them on to your broker (or initiate the transfer yourself online).
You may take some or all of your Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) and have it sent directly to JFLA as a Qualified Charitable Distribution. This is a smart way of making a charitable gift as you will avoid taxes that you otherwise would pay on your RMD.
Donor Advised Fund
A donor advised fund (DAF) is a charitable giving account that often has no minimum funding requirement. “Front load” your giving in a Donor Advised Fund. This way, you may be able to take advantage of itemizing your deductions in a single year, and then make your charitable gifts from the fund over many years.
Please contact Sara Robyn at (323) 761-8837 or email@example.com for any giving questions or concerns.