Become legendary with a heartfelt planned gift. You have that power.
A legacy gift is one of the best ways to make a meaningful gift to the JGH—one that will provide concrete and lasting benefits for future generations.
The Legacy Circle | 1934 Society
The 1934 Society (formerly The Legacy Circle) is the Foundation’s way of honouring your generosity and commitment toward ensuring continued excellence in healthcare, in your lifetime. A special 1934 Society Donor Wall beautifully displays the names of all those who have provided or who plan to provide a legacy gift to the JGH Foundation. Legacy donors are also recognized on the Foundation’s website and in its publications, as well as being invited to special events during the year.
Naturally, requests for anonymity will be respected.
To become a member in The 1934 Society, please contact us or complete the form by clicking here.
Have you already included the Jewish General Hospital Foundation in your long-range financial plans or will?
On behalf of the many lives you are impacting, we thank you, and invite you to please notify us of your plans so that we can properly acknowledge your thoughtfulness in your lifetime and ensure that your wishes are fulfilled.
To add a bequest to the JGH Foundation in your will, please click here for printable wording that can be provided to your professional advisor.
We’re here to help.
Choosing to make a legacy gift to the Jewish General Hospital Foundation is part of an important process that includes understanding the best giving vehicles for you. We would be happy to provide additional information, tailored to your needs.
To continue the conversation, please contact Melissa Margles at 514-340-8222 extension 24057 or at email@example.com
When planning to provide a legacy gift to the JGH Foundation—or any other charitable organization—we recommend you always consult a qualified legal, notarial or financial advisor to maximize benefits to you and your loved ones.
“I volunteered since I was 15, but now that I’m not well enough for it, I want to give instead. The Jewish General Hospital has been really good to me, so I feel good about contributing to it, specifically to Hope and Cope. It is an unbelievable, amazing initiative. I want to leave this earth knowing that I left something lasting or beneficial to an organization that really needs it.”
WHAT ARE THE WAYS TO GIVE?
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A planned gift is one of the best ways to make a meaningful contribution to the Jewish General Hospital—one that will provide concrete and lasting benefits for future generations. You may be surprised to learn that planned gifts are not necessarily the result of great wealth but of a great desire to make a lasting impact. There are many ways to give, and many ways to make a difference. Learn more by consulting our comprehensive and printable Legacy Giving brochure today.Explore
“When I was diagnosed with cancer, it was the beginning of a long journey. Through my ordeal, I learned that the JGH was not only a world-class hospital, but also a community… I wanted to give back directly to the hospital that helped me get through one of the toughest chapters in my life. I can’t make a substantial gift during my life now, but I realized that I can make a gift from my estate that will help save lives long after I’ve passed away.”