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Legacy giving with CJP can make a lasting impact on our Jewish community. Watch Bill and Lauren’s story below and see how you can support what matters most.

Bill and Lauren Gabovitch's story


Once their daughters were grown, Bill and Lauren Gabovitch’s priorities shifted. As they considered updating their estate plans, the couple still wanted to provide resources for their family, but they also wanted to support the Jewish community that future generations will inherit. Through a planned gift with CJP, Bill and Lauren set an example for those to come and leave a legacy for our Jewish community and the world.

We want to have an impact that goes beyond our time in Boston and continues in perpetuity.

A planned gift with CJP connects you to the Jewish community forever

Every gift is meaningful.

Many people think that bequests and other planned gifts are only for those with sizable assets. In fact, planned gifts of any amount leave a lasting imprint on CJP and our Jewish community.

The process is simple, and your decision is nonbinding.

Just share your decision with CJP and your attorney, and review and sign the form indicating your intent. It’s a nonbinding agreement, so you can amend it at any time should circumstances change.

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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