We appreciate your support and that’s why we make it so easy to give. Simply choose the gift method that works best for you, or give us a call at 866-686-3293 to make your gift over the phone. HUC-JIR also welcomes gifts of real estate, tangible personal property and life insurance. Give us a call to discuss the method that is best for you.
The simplest way to make a gift to is to write a check to Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR). Your contribution may be designated for a specific program of the College-Institute or it may be undesignated - that is, available for meeting HUC-JIR's most pressing needs at any given time.
Gifts of cash are deductible for federal income tax purposes, subject to the giving limit determined by your annual income. Amounts exceeding this limit can be carried forward for tax purposes for five years.
Please make your check payable to Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR). Or you may wish to make a gift with a credit card.
HUC-JIR welcomes your gift of stock. We use US Bank as our brokerage firm for all stock gifts.
To transfer stock, please provide your broker with the following information:
Account Name: Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
Account Number: 08-2915STA DTC Number: 2803
Our contact at US Bank is Sue Massey. She can be reached at
(215) 761-9341 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Help us assure that your stock gift is properly acknowledged by notifying Diane Bongard at (513) 487-3043 or email@example.com about the stock you intend to transfer. Because gifts of stock do not have a name attached, it is important that you contact Diane Bongard.
More than 1,400 corporations have established programs whereby the company matches or multiplies donations made by current, and in some cases, retired employees and their spounses/partners. Many companies also match directors' gifts. Such a program may be an opportunity for you to increase your contribution to HUC-JIR.
Planned gifts include bequests, trusts, gifts of life insurance, and annuities. In many cases, planned gifts have the following advantages: