By nominating the King David Schools’ Foundation in your will, you can help us to sustain Jewish Education into the next generation. Every bequest, whether large or small, will make a valued contribution to ensuring that King David Schools remain centres of excellence, while we continue to provide assistance to families who cannot afford full school fees.
How to make a bequest to the King David Schools’ Foundation
Adding a codicil to your will may be the easiest way to make a bequest to the King David Schools’ Foundation. Bequest may specify a Rand amount, or be a percentage of your estate. A bequest may also take the form of a specific asset, such as a property or shares. In each case, the amount of your donation is excluded from the valuation of your estate for estate tax or capital gains purposes.
We will gladly assist with any legal advice you may need.
How your bequest will be used
Unless otherwise specified, your bequest will be allocated to the Dor le Dor campaign, to build an Endowment Fund from which the interest generated will subsidise students whose parents cannot afford full school fees. By informing us of your intentions, we will be able to help you decide on the direction of your bequest.
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