Alternative Ways to Support Kulanu, Inc

Late Kulanu volunteer and supporter Lynne Elson, shown here teaching Hebrew at the Abayudaya schools in Uganda in 2007, at the age of 85. Upon her death in 2011, she generously bequeathed over $32,000 to Kulanu.

Matching Gift Programs:

Did you know you might be able to double your donation to Kulanu through your employer’s matching-gift program? The Double the Donation website (doublethedonation.com) created a “top ten” list of the companies with the best donation matching programs — click here to see if your company made the list!

Even if your company isn’t listed there, they may still have a great match program (many companies – including about 65% of Fortune 500 companies – do offer some kind of charitable program, according to this page of the Double the Donation website). Talk to your employer about how to participate in your company’s Employee Matching Gift Program. It can be an easy way to multiply the impact of your own generosity.

Planned Giving:

Continue your legacy of support for Kulanu’s work by including Kulanu in your will or estate planning, or related retirement plan. Click here for an article by attorney Lawrence Gross, who helped his late client Roslyn Stone plan her generous giving that benefited Jewish communities around the world.

Contact Kulanu (and your employer and lawyer!) to let us know how YOU plan to maximize your support of “all of us”. Thank you so much!

Also, in case you missed it, please know that Kulanu is now accepting donations of frequent flyer miles, as well as unlocked smartphones, tablets, e-readers and other devices. Go to www.kulanu.org/donate to learn more, thank you!

And one more way to support Kulanu…

AmazonSmile:

Did you know that with the AmazonSmile program, you can support Kulanu when you shop online? Follow this link to find out more and to select Kulanu as your charity of choice: http://smile.amazon.com/ch/52-1919094

Thank you for supporting “all of us” in new and different ways. Your involvement and generosity makes Kulanu’s work possible.

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