THE ASSOCIATED’s Center for Funds & Foundations (CFF) can help you engage your children or grandchildren in charitable giving.
What is the right age to start exposing your children to charitable giving?
Easy Tips - Kids and Tzedakah
For more information, please contact Lauren Klein, Director of Family Philanthropy, at 410-369-9278 or email@example.com.
|The Richman Family
|Bernard and Vivian Manekin With Their Family
|Betty Jean and Martin S. Himeles, Sr. and
|Four Generations of the David and Regina
|Marvin Schapiro with his Grandchildren (left
to right), Dara Schnee, J.M. Schapiro and Jill
Every Story Matters
By Lauren Klein, Director of Family Philanthropy
Jewish tradition is rich with stories we have passed down for generations. Stories retell our history, transmit our values, and pass along important life lessons. Stories are a powerful, inspirational and educational tool.
At the seder last month, we gathered with families and friends to remember the Passover story. We are commanded to tell the story of the Exodus. “Remember” is a theme of the evening. “Remember that you were strangers in the land of Egypt … Remember that the Lord took you out of the bondage of slavery.”
Sharing stories gives every family member a new and important connection to the past. It also enables you to capture stories, connect generations and preserve legacies. Do you know your family story?