Harry Greenstein Legacy Society
The newest members of the Harry Greenstein Legacy Society gathered to celebrate its 10th Anniversary at the Lloyd Street Synagogue. Click on the photos below to read their personal Legacy Statements.
|Larraine Bernstein||Joyce and Carl Caplan||Melissa Fishman Cordish||Richard S. Davison|
|Ricka E. Neuman||Phyllis Atkins Neuman||Bruce Sholk|
If you have already made plans to remember The Associated in your estate plans, we invite you to join The Harry Greenstein Legacy Society so we may acknowledge your thoughtfulness and generosity.
Named for The Associated’s beloved executive director for more than four decades, the Harry Greenstein Legacy Society recognizes those individuals who have made arrangements to leave an enduring legacy to the Jewish people. Whether large or small, their legacies through bequests and other permanent gifts to The Associated’s Endowment Fund, fulfill a promise that The Associated will be here for today’s members of the Baltimore Jewish community and for their children and their children’s children.
Harry Greenstein Legacy Society members are invited to write a personal message in the Endowment Book of Life. By telling precious family stories or expressing their inspiration for making a legacy commitment, they share their values and ideals with generations of Jews who will come after them. The statements, bearing the author’s personal signature, will be printed on specially-designed pages and added to the beautiful leather book on permanent display at The Associated. Learn more about writing your personal legacy statement here.
Most importantly, their legacy gifts will enable The Associated to respond quickly and effectively to unforeseen emergencies and the challenges of the future, while sustaining a strong and vibrant Jewish community.
For more information, contact Daniela L. Levine at 410-369-9315 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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