Plan ahead to help the Washington State Jewish Historical Society. Many friends want to ensure that their commitment to the WSJHS carries on after they are gone, so the WSJHS can continue to offer vital programs for the community at large and their families. They remember the WSJHS through a direct bequest in their will or through a planned financial vehicle arranged during their lifetimes.
Many financial arrangements are available that can both assist the WSJHS and include direct benefits to the donor, such as charitable tax deductions and stable income sources. In fact, well-planned charitable giving vehicles can significantly enhance your ability to meet financial and estate objectives for your family.
If you would like to remember the Washington State Jewish Historical Society through your will or other estate plans, we would like to thank you and provide you with more information about how you can help assure a healthier future. For more information on planned giving, please contact:
The Jewish Archives document the fascinating history of Jews and Jewish communities in Washington State, beginning with the first settlers in 1853. Explore the treasures stored in our archives now! Read more.
Introducing our newest project, Passport to Washington. The WSJHS is capturing a variety of journey stories from Jewish residents throughout Washington. Learn more.
We're nothing without you! The WSJHS relies heavily on the efforts of our volunteers to put on programs, publish books, maintain our archives, and plan events. Find out how you can help. Read more.