Create an Endowment Fund at CFHU: An enduring legacy

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With a minimum donation of $10,000, you can create an enduring legacy or tribute to beloved family members or special individuals by establishing and naming an Endowment Fund at CFHU.

The capital in the fund is invested, with annual grants used to provide funding for your chosen area of interest. The earnings can be applied to one of Hebrew University’s seven faculties or at any of its more than 50 schools, institutes or research centres. It can be designated for student aid or toward vital research projects. It can be applied to the University’s immediate priorities. It’s up to you.

You will gain the satisfaction of knowing that your contribution provides stable, reliable support for vital programs and services at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem- now and into the future. In recognition, your Fund will also be placed on a digital plaque of honour on our new Endowment Fund Plaque Board.

You can also establish an endowment by naming the Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University as a beneficiary of your estate. In this case you indicate the amount and the area of designation of your choice, and your bequest will link your name to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, the State of Israel, and humankind's quest for knowledge. A bequest may also add to an existing endowment fund established during your lifetime or that of a loved one.  Please see our Planned Giving page for more information.

You will gain the satisfaction of knowing that your contribution provides stable, reliable support for vital programs and services at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem- now and into the future. In recognition, your Fund will be placed on a digital plaque of honour on our new Endowment Fund Plaque Board.

To establish an Endowment Fund, please contact Merle Goldman, Associate National Director, or your local director or, call 416.485.8000 or 1.888.HEBREW.U.

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