Ways to Give

NIF’s Legacy Society

The NIF Legacy Society was created to recognize those special individuals who have included the New Israel Fund in their long-term plans through a bequest or trust, by beneficiary designation, or other financial planning arrangement.

Your willingness to be listed as a member of the Legacy Society encourages others to follow your example. That’s why we encourage you to let us know if you have included us in your estate or financial plan. If we are in your plans we would like to thank you and welcome you as the newest member of the Legacy Society. To notify us of your legacy intention or existing plans, contact us or simply complete our online Legacy Society Notification Form.

If you have not yet included us in your estate or financial plans and would like to learn more, please fill out a form to Request More Information.

If you choose to join:

  • There is no membership fee or minimum gift. Every legacy gift counts.
  • You will receive invitations to special Legacy Society events, giving you an opportunity to meet like-minded individuals who share your Israel values.
  • In celebration of your commitment, we will recognize your gift in our Annual Report, on our website and in other publications (unless anonymity is preferred).
  • You will be invited to contribute a message and photo to our Voices of Conscience — NIF’s collection of Israel legacy statements — a wonderful way to share with loved ones and the next generation about the values that brought you to the New Israel Fund family and your vision for Israel’s future as a liberal democracy.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Disclaimer: New Israel Fund is not engaged in legal or tax advisory service. Please have your will or codicil drafted by an attorney who is familiar with the estate laws of the state in which you live. State laws govern wills, trusts, and charitable gifts made in a contractual agreement. Advice from legal counsel should be sought when considering these types of gifts.