How your gift will be recognised
We know that leaving a legacy is a very important and personal decision. We are indebted to you for any help you give to the Museum, whatever the size of your gift.
We record and recognise all gifts and commitments appropriately, acknowledging your support in our Annual Review on our website and within the Museum itself. We also understand that some donors may prefer to remain anonymous.
We also hope that we can thank you for your kindness during your lifetime by inviting you to the Museum for special events and activities including exhibition launches and previews, events and lectures, allowing you to see at first hand how your gift will make a difference.
What you should do next
Making a Will ensures that your wishes are carried out and helps to remove difficulty or uncertainty for those left behind. We advise that you ask a solicitor to help you draw up or amend your Will.
When you have made provisions for your family and friends, you may wish to specify the Jewish Museum as a charitable organisation that you would like to help. Leaving a Legacy above a certain threshold can also significantly reduce the amount of inheritance tax payable on your whole estate.
You can tell us of your intentions to support the Jewish Museum or arrange to discuss leaving a legacy with us by contacting us:
020 7284 7384
Raymond Burton House
129-131 Albert Street
All correspondence and discussions will be treated with absolute confidentiality and sensitivity.
The Jewish Museum’s legacy campaign has been generously
sponsored by The Bluston Charitable Trust.