In 2013 Hashomer Hatzair celebrated 100 years of leadership in the Jewish community.
In 2014, Shomrim and Shomrot of all ages are planning the next 100 years of leadership.
Lead by example. Continue to build your movement.
Join the Legacy Circle now and you, too, will help
ensure a strong future for Hashomer Hatzair-Camp Shomria.
What is the Legacy Circle?
As Hashomer Hatzair’s 100th anniversary approaches, the Legacy Circle brings veteran Shomrim, Shomrot and new friends together to share expertise and strengthen Camp Shomria- Hashomer Hatzair’s next 100 years through planned legacy giving. As a Legacy Circle member, you will receive regular updates on ongoing activities and growth.
Through Legacy Circle participation, you will lead by example and inspire others to participate and you will help this generation of Shomrim and Shomrot secure the future of Hashomer Hatzair-Camp Shomria.
Camp Shomria, along with over 40 other non-profit Jewish summer camps, is part of the Camp Legacy program, which is supported by the Harold Grinspoon Institute for Jewish Philanthropy. Click on the Camp Legacy article below for more information.
What is Legacy Giving?
Legacy giving or ‘leaving a legacy’ means making a contribution that will have a long term impact. Although legacy giving is often associated with wills, bequests and giving in the future, it also includes giving in the present to help secure long-term future goals. Canadian tax regulations support diverse legacy giving options, including many that result in significant tax benefits and reductions on current taxes or future inheritance and estate tax. As a Legacy Circle member, you and you alone, decide on whether and how to make a gift.
But most importantly, as a Legacy Circle member, you can continue expressing your values and wishes and make an important - and lasting - difference in many lives.
For more information, please read:
- Camp Shomria Legacy Circle - Overview
- Camp Shomria Legacy Circle - Letter of Interest
- Camp Legacy article (Chronicle of Philanthropy)
It's easy to join and Legacy Circle membership is not, in any way, legally binding. You can change your decision and leave the Legacy Circle at any time.
Simply complete and return the Letter of Interest by email to Lipa.Roth@gmail.com with copy to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you and chazak v'ematz,
Carmi Daniel Lipa Roth
Shaliach Legacy Circle Committee