As do all other non-profit organizations, the cemetery depends on donations from the community to maintain the consecrated burial grounds.
After providing for loved ones, it is possible to guarantee the perpetuity of the Hebrew Cemetery through financial and estate planning. A bequest to the Cemetery will provide a lasting legacy that can offer significant estate, capital gain and income tax savings to your beneficiaries.
Talk to your personal estate attorney for more info on how you can do this.
Endowing the grounds and works of the Association are other ways to maintain the memory of loved ones or others buried at the cemetery. Such endowment opportunities include the Cemetery Memorial Wall
, the Memorial Garden and Landscaping, the Chapel, Funds for Indigent Burial, the Meditation Garden and the General Beautification Fund
To discuss gift opportunities, contact Marc Silverman at 704-362-0400