Talmud Torah of St. Paul

Where critical thinking
and Jewish values intersect

Supporting Talmud Torah of St. Paul

Charitable giving to Talmud Torah of St. Paul complements tuition revenue to ensure the highest quality of education possible. Over the course of each year, the opportunities to give are varied and have impact during different time horizons. You will find a short description of these options below. Regardless of the giving mechanism, a tax-deductible gift will mean the difference between maintaining TTSP as a great institution of Jewish education and its evolution into an extraordinary one. We are always happy to talk with you about the various ways you can support Talmud Torah of St. Paul, including appropriate recognition. TTSP is grateful for all contributions and the generosity of its donors as we forward from strength to strength.
 
Gifts of Cash 
Cash gifts and are the most common way to support TTSP and directly sustain TTSP’s programs and operating costs.  With unrestricted gifts, TTSP is able to use the money where it is most needed.
  
Gifts to Endowed and Special Funds 
Donations to established endowment funds come in such forms as tributes and memorials, and often reflect the special interests of the donor.  Endowment funds can be set up with a minimum contribution of $2,500.
 
Legacy Gifts 
Many donors remember Talmud Torah of St. Paul in their estate plans. There are many ways to name TTSP as a beneficiary in your will. While it is always necessary to consult your estate planning attorney or tax advisor, we are also happy to talk with you about your thoughts and bequest plans.
  
Other Gifts 
Gifts of appreciated stock, real estate, valuables, and art.  
 
Enroll in the "Take Charge of Education" program through Target stores. Designate the Talmud Torah of St. Paul as the recipient of up to 1% of the value of items that you purchase. There is no cost to you for doing this.    
 
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