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Masorti Judaism’s membership is up by more than 60% in the last 15 years. If you’re one of our members, you’ll know why: we have a unique ability to welcome people, bring them in, and help them build a meaningful, committed and lifelong connection with Judaism. 

To provide a Masorti Jewish home for our children and grandchildren, we have to tackle several practical concerns: 

  • We need to train talented rabbis and communal leaders. 
  • We need to provide thought-provoking, stimulating Jewish education. 
  • We need to inspire our young people through the amazing work of Noam and Marom. 
  • And, no less importantly, we need to ensure our communities have buildings in which to meet, learn and pray. 

So when you ask yourself, as we all do, ‘What will my legacy be?’ please consider leaving Masorti Judaism a gift in your will. Leaving a gift in your will also has important benefits for you and your family. Click here to download our legacy booklet and learn more about leaving a gift to Masorti Judaism in your will.

If you’d like to find out more about leaving a legacy, please contact us for a confidential chat. Matt Plen, Masorti Judaism’s Chief Executive will be happy to talk you through the process, discuss how your legacy will be used, and answer any questions. Please note: we are not qualified to give legal advice.

You can contact Matt at 020 8349 6656 or mat[email protected]

“We have decided to leave a legacy as it’s one of the easiest and most ways of supporting Masorti Judaism and our Masorti shul whose values we believe in. Leaving a legacy means the values we want to see supported in the future will be a reality – because we had the foresight to do something about it now.

Chazan Jacky and Brian Chernett,
Kol Nefesh Masorti Synagogue
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