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In 1968, Temple Sinai was founded on the principles of inclusivity, acceptance, and creating a welcoming Jewish environment for all. Fifty-five years later, Sinai embodies these ideals and more. A flourishing congregation in Atlanta that is nationally renowned, Temple Sinai is at the forefront of ensuring Jewish meaning and sustainability for current and future generations. Through empowering educational programming, inspiring and diverse worship experiences, and meaningful opportunities for social gathering, Sinai continues to influence the lives of multiple generations.

As we look ahead to the next 55 years, it is the contributions of our current members that will secure a legacy of strength for those who follow, a legacy grounded in passion for the Jewish people and a commitment to a thriving and dynamic Jewish future. In order to ensure our continued strength, Sinai relies on the generosity of our members: those who support us today, and also those on whose shoulders we stand - individuals who designated Temple Sinai as a beneficiary in their estate.

We sincerely hope that you will join these impactful congregants by similarly including Temple Sinai in your estate plans.
Your legacy commitment will ensure that future generations experience a vibrant Jewish life and that our congregation continues to prosper for many years to come.

What is Legacy Sinai?
Legacy Sinai is the group of members who have committed to including Temple Sinai in their estate plans.  Throughout the year Temple Sinai hosts appreciation events for members of Legacy Sinai. As shared by congregant Viki Freeman, “I am part of Legacy Sinai and truly believe in Jewish legacy because it teaches our children what’s important and sustains our Sinai community and our Jewish community at large.”

How can a legacy gift be established?
Your gift can be completed in a variety of ways that is best for you: via a bequest in your will or trust, a designation in your IRA or retirement plan, a life insurance policy, through an outright gift, using appreciated assets or cash, or a life income vehicle. It is best to consult with your financial advisor to determine the best option for you.  Additionally, please feel free to email Shelly Dresdner for more information.

I already have Temple Sinai designated in my plans, how can I make sure I’m included in Legacy Sinai listings?
Simply fill out this form or email Shelly Dresdner.

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