The Jewish Museum accepts outright gifts of life insurance that can provide you with an immediate charitable income tax deduction while creating a significant legacy for the Museum.
There are many creative ways you can maximize your giving and minimize your estate, or income taxes by giving a portion of your IRA or pension plan to The Jewish Museum. You can simply ask the trustee of your plan to provide you with a beneficiary designation form. You can also use your IRA or pension to create a charitable remainder trust and may partially avoid the federal estate tax and income taxes.
It is easy to make The Jewish Museum the beneficiary or contingent beneficiary of your bank or brokerage accounts. Simply ask the bank or brokerage firm to provide you with a beneficiary designation form. Our full legal name is The Jewish Museum. The Jewish Museum's Employer Identification Number (tax identification number) is 13-6146854.
If you or your attorney have any questions about the best way to make a gift to The Jewish Museum, please contact the Planned Giving Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212.423.3296.