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We all like to think we have achieved something in life, that when our three score and ten years are over, our achievements in life will be remembered. The problem is unless we are fabulously wealthy and set up bursaries or financed hospital wards etc. in our lifetime, there is no way to guarantee this, or is there?
A legacy is a sure way of having your life recognised by helping others. By leaving EDRS money in your will, your community, young and old, will benefit from your generosity. It’s no secret that in today’s financial climate, all organisations are having to tighten their belts and we, at EDRS are no different. We can all be forgiven for being disinclined to stretch ourselves by donating to others when we don’t know what the future holds for us, but that becomes far less relevant when we pass on, therefore why not leave EDRS a legacy in your will? Your legacy will be used in a number of different ways, for example,
- Funding for a Youth Rabbi to work specifically with our youth and young adults.
- Better facilities for our Nagila Nursery School.
- Practical support for the elderly and less able in our community.
- Expansion of our work with youth and young adults, especially on campus with our university students.
- A project bearing your name or the name of a loved one.
- A new agreed project of your choice.
At EDRS, we are proud of the facilities and help we give to our community, but sadly, we cannot do all we would like to do on subscription income alone, therefore why not help ensure the future of your synagogue by making a provision in your will.
If you would like to talk in confidence about a bequest and how you would like it spent, please call the Honorary Treasurer Howard Moss on 020 -8238 1000 or email