Including Denver JDS with a gift in your will, trust, retirement account, or life insurance policy is a lasting show of support.
When you include Denver JDS with a planned gift, you add to the school’s legacy. Help us grow our endowment and give future generations the opportunity to experience a pluralistic Jewish education.
In addition to personal satisfaction, legacy gifts offer major planning opportunities to minimize federal and state taxes — increasing the possibilities for effective distribution of assets. A gift planned through one's will is perhaps the best known and most widely understood planned gift arrangement. An unrestricted bequest is especially appreciated as it can be put to immediate use wherever the school's needs are greatest.
To become a member of our Legacy Society, download the Declaration of Commitment form, and you can also dowload and fill out the Legacy Gift Confirmation Form. You can also download our Families & Money form to help keep track of your important financial legal documents.
To learn more, contact our Director of Advancement Krista Boscoe at 720-449-9552 or firstname.lastname@example.org.When you're ready to make a beneficiary gift to Denver JDS, please inform your legal or financial advisor that the school’s legal name is Denver Jewish Day School, 2450 S. Wabash St., Denver, CO 80231. Our EIN number is 84-1476467.
Build Your Jewish Legacy, Live On and become a Denver JDS Legacy Society Member
Denver JDS is a participating agency in Live On/Build Your Legacy, an initiative of Rose Community Foundation and the Grinspoon Foundation. As such, the school is eligible for additional grant money when new donors join the society and/or existing members provide additional details about their bequests.
To become a Legacy Society member, download and complete the Declaration of Commitment form to help Denver JDS qualify for incentive grants.
Download our Legacy Society brochure to learn more.
Denver JDS is proud to host exclusive events for our most valued donors. On March 11, 2022, Dr. Timothy J. Standring, curator emeritus for the DAM, gave a behind-the-scenes tour of Whistler to Cassatt: American Painters in France. The exhibit featured nearly 150 paintings made between 1855 and 1913 in the first comprehensive examination of France’s stylistic impact on American painting of the period. Timothy explained that it took him eight years to make arrangements to borrow the artwork from museums and private collections around the world and all the work that went into arranging the pieces to present a masterful exhibit.
From academic training in Paris to the exploration of the countryside landscape, Whistler to Cassatt reveals both the visual and conceptual influences of France on American painters in the nineteenth and early twentieth century.
The exhibition has now traveled to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, opening April 16 to July 31, 2022. Denver and Virginia are the only two locations for this exhibit.