The best gift I've ever given
 

Patti Fine's story

Patti Fine was getting her life in order and wanted to make a legacy gift to an organization that shares her values. For Patti, that meant CJP. In 2018, she joined those who have included CJP in their estate plans. She saw it as a simple, powerful way to give back to an organization that has given so much to her — and to continue to serve and strengthen her Jewish community.

I wanted to support something that supports me, and I found it here with CJP. Everything I value, CJP exemplifies.

A planned gift to CJP continues to support what matters to you

Meaningful gifts come in all sizes.

People hear the words “planned gift” and “estate planning” and think they apply only to significant assets. In fact, every planned gift leaves a lasting imprint on CJP and our Jewish community.

The process is simple, and nothing is set in stone.

Once you decide to make a planned gift, letting CJP know is as easy as signing a one-page form. Because the decision is nonbinding, if something happens, you can change your plans.

CJP is here to help and to take direction from you.

At CJP, you can speak with a planned giving professional who is happy to answer your questions and discuss the many options available. You decide how you want to structure your gift and how it will be used. All conversations are confidential, and no one will call except at your request.


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