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Ways to Give


Ways to Give

Outright Gifts
A monetary gift is one of the most common ways to fund Scheck Hillel Community School’s Kulanu Scholarship Fund and Campus Expansion project. Your one-time gift is tax deductible for the current year and can be paid by check or credit card, or in cash. Hillel welcomes Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
Checks should be made payable to Scheck Hillel Community School and mailed to:

Development Office
19000 NE 25th Avenue
North Miami Beach, FL 33180

We can develop a payment schedule to accommodate your individual needs. You may make payments during Scheck Hillel’s fiscal year, which closes June 30. All gifts, however, must be received by June 30, in order to be recognized in our Kol Hillel year-end edition.

Donating securities is often your most tax advantageous way to give, particularly if they have appreciated in value. This applies to stocks, bonds, mutual funds and other liquid assets. If the stock has been held long-term (more than one year), you may not have to pay U.S. capital gains tax when the gift is made and may be allowed a tax deduction for the full value of the stock at the time of transfer.

Matching Gifts
You may increase your support to Scheck Hillel Community School if you and/or your spouse's employer participate in a Matching Gift Program. Complete a Matching Gift Form from your company's Human Resources Office and return it to Hillel along with your pledge card and your gift.

Planned Gifts and Endowments
To ensure that Scheck Hillel continues to serve children in our community for many generations to come, leave an endowment or planned gift to minimize your family’s estate taxes, while supporting and strengthening the quality of Jewish life and education in our community and at Scheck Hillel.

Scheck Hillel Community School is a proud partner of the Create A Jewish Legacy program through the Foundation of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation.