Planned Giving at Hillel UW
Hillel UW has created a LIFE & LEGACY Program for those who have included Hillel UW in their wills or estate plans. Legacy giving is a wonderful way to invest in the future of our Jewish community and grow Hillel’s endowment.
LIFE & LEGACY is a partnership between the Harold Grinspoon Foundation and The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle that promotes after-lifetime giving to benefit our Jewish community. By working together, LIFE & LEGACY strengthens our financial security in perpetuity. Click here for more information about our community Life & Legacy program and click here to sign-up through our community Letter of Intent Form!
Hillel UW Legacy Circle Members
Herbert and Shirley Bridge z”l
Anna and Joe Brown
Marilyn Corets and Adam Mihlstin
Barbara and Ted Daniels
David and Julie Ellenhorn
Nancy B. Greer and David J. Ross
Gene and Gerry Huppin
Irv and Laura Karl
James and Leatrice Keller
Sascha Dublin and Mikael Kvart
Leah’s Catering of Seattle
Jon and Naomi Newman
The Polik Family
Pauline z”l and Jack Reiter
Corey Salka & Lisa Orlick Salka
Anna Sarna and Jossef Goldberg
Amy Schottenstein and Justin Magaram
Amee Huppin Sherer
Alan and Carol Sidell
Ernest z”l and Doris Stiefel
Alan and Kim Waldbaum
A LIFE & LEGACY investment in Hillel UW is an investment in our Jewish students and young adults, and directly impacts the overall health of our Seattle Jewish community.
Our legacy donors are individuals, like you, who share our values and want to ensure that Hillel UW is here to provide a home for Jewish students and young adults for years to come.
To read more about why we at Hillel UW think this program is so important, please click here.
To read Amee Huppin Sherer’s Life and Legacy story, please click here.
Join Hillel UW’s Life & Legacy program today! Click here to sign up.
To let us know about your legacy gift or if you have questions, please contact Terri Green at email@example.com, 206-527-1997.
Friends who make Legacy commitments will be listed in our Annual Report and on our website.