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Where Will Your Money Go?

 

“So long as influence lives, the individual survives.”
Rabbi David Wolpe

In the past, gifts left to FRS in wills have helped us to buy prayerbooks and ritual objects; replace synagogue furniture and ageing IT equipment; purchase apparatus for the Kindergarten, and maintain the fabric of the building. It is best for FRS to receive gifts without restriction to enable Council to decide on the appropriate use of funds.

We know that FRS is much more to its members and to the local community than bricks and mortar. It is a source of strength in times of stress and joy at times of celebration. It is a builder of community and of friendships. It gives to others of all faiths and none – for example through its work with homeless people, those with dementia and their families, and the Belarus Project. 

Without sufficient funds, we cannot continue to offer the breadth and depth of services, support and programming for which we have become well-known.

If FRS has played a part in your life, please consider remembering us in your will so that future generations can benefit as you have done from all we can offer. A legacy may be the largest and easiest gift to charity that you make. And you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you can continue to make a difference to the lives of others after you are gone. 

Downloadable information about wills and legacies

Can FRS help you to write your will?

Thu, 21 October 2021 15 Cheshvan 5782