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The Warburg Society
Create Your Legacy at The Jewish Museum

Line drawing of The Jewish Museum. Photo courtesy of Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates

In 1944, when Frieda Schiff Warburg donated the Warburg family home to The Jewish Museum, she made an extraordinary gift to the Jewish community and to the world of art and culture.

The Warburg Society honors those individuals who have created a lasting legacy by including The Jewish Museum in gift and estate plans. By becoming a member of the Warburg Society, not only are you advancing the mission of The Jewish Museum, but you will enjoy benefits, such as:
  • Invitations to special Museum events and programs
  • Recognition at our annual Warburg Society tea
  • Having your name listed in The Jewish Museum's newsletter


Planned gifts can enhance your income and reduce taxes -- all while maintaining The Jewish Museum as a source of education, inspiration and enjoyment for future generations. If you are interested in learning more about the Warburg Society, please contact Lisa Metcalf, Director of Development, at 212.423.3296 or via email at lmetcalf@thejm.org.

Below, we have provided additional information about different ways to create a lasting legacy at The Jewish Museum.

Planned Giving

There are many ways to make a planned gift to The Jewish Museum, from gifts of appreciated securities to gifts of life insurance, retirement and pension plans, gift annuities and gifts under one's will or by trust. These gifts can provide both financial and tax benefits, and may allow you to achieve much more with your donation than you thought possible. Planned gifts include:

Gifts of stock
Bequests
Charitable trusts
Life insurance, retirement plans and pension plans

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