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From Plague to Promised Land Through Philanthropy

While COVID-19 poses unique threats to the Jewish community, philanthropy can be a tool for both survival and renewal. You may think of philanthropy as something only the very wealthy can do, but each of us can be a philanthropist and leave a lasting legacy.

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From Plague to Promised Land Through Philanthropy
From Plague to Promised Land Through Philanthropy

Kol Ami Events

Jun 05, 2020, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM


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Join us for a concise and interactive session exploring the opportunities each of us has to support our community and leave a lasting legacy. This session will include a brief text study, an overview of the tools in your philanthropic toolbox, a celebration of the Kol Ami Legacy Team's successes, and practical tips on updating your estate plan when physical distancing is a reality.

As Director of Endowment & Planned Giving for the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle, Tony Abrams oversees the operation of our local Jewish community foundation. Since the COVID-19 crisis hit, Tony has also served as project lead for the Federation's COVID-19 Response Team. Tony is a licensed attorney and, prior to joining the Federation, Tony practiced trusts and estates and nonprofit law. Tony has been twice selected as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers Magazine. As an active volunteer, Tony is the Treasurer of Limmud North America and has served as Chair of Limmud Seattle's eFest NW (2020) and Programming Team Co-Lead (2019, 2020).

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