We may be coming to the end of Jewish Legacy Month but that doesn’t mean the need we have has gone away to ensure all our friends and advocates have updated their Wills and made a commitment to leave a legacy to Jewish Choice, so we can continue to provide the extraordinary care for which we’ve become renowned.
At Jewish Choice, an important part of our charitable income comes from legacies, which allow us to keep-up the good work we’ve been doing for close to 300 years.
As Beth Holim in the Mile End Road, then to our present home in Wembley as Edinburgh House and more recently and more relevant as Jewish Choice, across our 51 residential rooms, 16 independent living apartments and friendship club we’ve honed our elderly care so our residents and their relatives know that they are in the best of hands.
We are an independent charity, so every gift we gain gives us the power to offer older people in the Jewish community that vital cushion for older age with the residential care they need.
Some people find it difficult to think about what will happen when they die. Others are unable to give significant sums to our Charity during their lifetime, but maybe in a position to remember Jewish Choice in their Will. Jewish Legacy Month has given us all a prompt to do so.
Similarly, giving in memory is a special and meaningful way to honour the memory of a loved one and via your Will you can help other people who need care in the future too.
If you have or have had a loved one staying with us, or are just in awe of the extraordinary care provided by our extraordinary people, giving a gift is a chance to “give back” by leaving a gift in your Will to Jewish Choice and you can continue to help a cause that’s close to your hearts.
To find out more of how best to leave a legacy to Jewish Choice contact us today.