Leaving a gift in your will to the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel will have a lasting impact on the Land of Israel, the homeland of the Jewish people.
I’m certain that Israel, and its nature, holds a very special place in your heart like it does mine. As CEO of SPNI, I’m deeply moved by the knowledge that people in Israel, and all over the world, share my passion for this special corner of Planet Earth. And that there are people willing to give generously to protect it.
After making sure their families are provided for, many people decide to include a gift to the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel in their will.
You’ll be joining people like Andrew and Lorri from Connecticut who have made the decision to include SPNI in their will.
The driving motivation was to ensure critical support for an organization that they trust to have an impact for the benefit of all mankind.
Their legacy gift to SPNI will ensure that the Land of Israel is protected and respected; for the benefit of all its inhabitants, human, animal and plant.
They want their legacy to show that we are worthy of this land, our home.
Andrew and Lorri and may other special people like them are ensuring Israel’s flowers, birds, trees, animals and biblical landscapes can be protected. Passing the blessing of Israel’s vibrant biodiversity on to our children and grandchildren.
By making a gift in your will to the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel you have taken your support of our work to the next level. I know many people, like you, that consider this a crowning moment in their lives.
I hope you won’t let too much time pass before making a decision to include a gift in your will to the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel.
Including a gift in your will to the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel can be very easy. Although with such an important document you may want to seek legal advice from a professional.
Sample wording that you may want to share with a legal professional includes “I give to the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel (or one of our international affiliates listed below*) registered organized 580017499 headquartered at 2 HaNegev Street, Tel Aviv, 6618602 all or ___ percent of my residuary estate for the purposes of protecting Israeli nature for current and future generations.”
*the American Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel – EIN 52-1467954, headquartered at 28 Arrandale Avenue, Great Neck, NY, 10024
*the Canadian Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel headquartered at 25 Imperial St, Suite 200 Toronto, Ontario, M5P 1B9
* the UK Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel, charity number 327268, headquartered at PO Box 42763, London, N0 2YJ
Once you have taken these steps I’m sure you’ll feel a real sense of joy knowing that your estate will be handled in the way that you want it to be.
I would love to hear from you about your decision to leave a gift in your will to the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions you can contact our Director of Fundraising privately and confidentially at Jays@spni.org.il or on +972 3 638 8623 and he will be happy to answer your questions and provide you with any information you need.
If you let me know that you have left a gift in your will to the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel I will arrange for you to be made an honorary member of our Alonim Group. This will provide you with access to special information, and events. It’s our way of saying thank you for choosing to include a gift in your will.
Again, thank you for your thoughtfulness and generosity in considering a gift in your will to the Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel. On behalf of Israel's people and nature, thank you for everything your gift will make possible.