The Netzach Legacy Society recognizes donors who intend to include the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies in their estate plans through a planned gift. Planned gifts include bequests, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, and property interests.
The word netzach means eternity in Hebrew. Through their planned gift to Pardes, members of The Netzach Legacy Society help ensure the eternity of the Jewish people by supporting the work of the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies. Providing Pardes with specific information regarding the purpose of a bequest or planned gift allows Pardes to ensure that your philanthropic intentions can be carried out. In addition, this information greatly helps Pardes in planning for the future.
If you have provided for Pardes in your estate plan but have not yet informed us, please consider doing so. We would be honored to enroll you in The Netzach Legacy Society and include your name in publications honoring members. Membership involves no dues or obligations.
To date, The Netzach Legacy Society has raised nearly $4,000,000 for Pardes.
For more information or to request membership, please contact Joshua Chadajo, Executive Director, North America at 1 (212) 447-4333 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why is the Netzach Legacy Society important?
In many cases, planned giving allows a donor to leave a gift larger than they ever thought possible. In doing so, you are not only helping to secure Pardes’s financial future, but you are also leaving a philanthropic legacy that is sure to impact your children and grandchildren. You are passing on your values – your commitment to charitable giving, to open and serious Torah learning and to Israel. You are directly helping Pardes to fulfill its mission to provide an Israel learning experience that is second to none while also inspiring others to follow your example.
Planned giving achieves all of these incredible goals while also helping your family to protect assets by eliminating or reducing exposure to taxes. Making a planned gift can be a very meaningful and savvy decision that benefits you, your children and Pardes.
From our Society Members
“We joined The Netzach Legacy Society because Jewish continuity is a passion of ours, Jewish education has been proven to be critical to ensuring Jewish continuity, and Pardes is, in our view, THE premier Jewish educational institution in the world.”
– Hope and Noah Alper, Berkeley, CA
“We find the best way to express our commitment to perpetuating Judaism is by supporting a school which educates our future clergy, teachers and lay leaders.”
– Paulayne and Arthur Epstein, Columbus, OH
Netzach Legacy Society Members
Richard and Rachel Aron
Dasee Berkowitz and Rabbi Leon Morris*
Bracha and Kobi Berkson*
Ricki and Dr. David I. Bernstein*
Jamie and Carrie Bornstein*
Joshua Chadajo and Natalie Salem*
Tabby and John Corre*
Ruth Cummings Lehman and Rafi Lehman
Stephen and Marsha Donshik*
Emily and Dan Einhorn
Paulayne and Arthur Epstein
Adam and Lynne Weinstein Frank
Nadia and Professor Brian Glenville
Paz and Rick Goldberg*
Francine M. Gordon*
Paula and Jerry z”l Gottesman*
Abbie and Moshe Greenberg*
Dr. Jan Hackman
Joseph and Anita Hara
Betty Kaplan z”l and Raymond Kaplan z”l
Audrey Kaplan Scher and Harvey Scher
Howard and Shirley Kossoy*
David Kuney and Cathy Simon*
Mark and Gloria Levenfus
Michael Levy and Rise Ain
*New members since 2016
Rosemary E. Linsider*
Amy and Robert Messing*
Dr. Robert Meth
Barak and Amira Platt
Shoni and Sherwin Pomerantz*
Julie and Lowell Potiker
Michael and Daniela Rader
Sandford z”l and Laurayne Ratner
Judge David Richman*
Shai and Judy Robkin*
Shirley and Matthew Schein*
Phil Shaw and Shira Gordon*
Deborah Shapira and Barry Stern
Lisa Silverman and Joshua Levin*
Shelby and Linda Silverman
Jeffrey Stern and Frances Rodriguez-Stern
Micha z”l and Yael Taubman
Toby Ticktin Back
Dr. Jan Tuttleman z”l
Sheldon and Ruth Weinstein
Moshe and Libby Werthan
Tony Woolfson and Judith Harris