DONATIONS, DEDICATIONS AND PLANNED GIVING
The Tehilim Hotline was established by a small group of individuals interested in helping our Jewish brethren through the power of prayer by reciting assigned chapters of Tehilim (Psalms) daily on behalf of Jews in need. The Hotline has grown beyond our greatest expectations. As of today, d the entire Book of Tehilim is recited several times daily!
Boruch Hashem, we have been successful in helping thousands of people through difficult times. With sympathetic ears, advice and referrals many have told us that they could never go through those times without the Tehilim Hotline.
Only through the help of individuals like you, are we able to maintain the vital community service that we provide 24 hours a day to those who are truly in need of help.
The Tehilim Hotline is a project of Yeshiva Derech Chaim, 1573 39th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11218.
Your contribution is vital to our continued growth. We deeply appreciate your partnership. Donations may be made to Tehilim Hotline or Yeshiva Derech Chaim.
Sponsor of the Week $180
Sponsor of the Month $360
An announcement will appear on the home page with the dedication that you choose.
To sponsor or to make a donation please email us.
Other ways to help the Tehilim Hotline
Through planned giving, you can fulfill your charitable goals and maximize the impact of your giving. By using various government sponsored tax-beneficial tools, your charitable contribution can sometimes double its benefits!
Contact the Tehilim Hotline at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-438-5476 Ext. 203 for more information.
Bequests: Leave a legacy of giving
Bequests provide an ideal means to benefit the Tehilim Hotline project, since you control your property until your passing and leverage your own gift by avoiding state inheritance and federal estate taxes. In the United States, the benefit can be more than half of the value of your bequest if your estate is in the 55 percent tax bracket. No limits are placed on the amount of estate-tax charitable deductions one can claim.
You can make a bequest to Tehilim Hotline in a variety of ways: with a new Will or a Codicil (amendment) to your current will; naming Yeshiva Derech Chaim, the sponsoring organization of Tehilim Hotline, a beneficiary of your retirement plan; including Yeshiva Derech Chaim in your living trust; or a simple pledge agreement.
See below for a suggested text for an unrestricted bequest.
Naming Yeshiva Derech Chaim as the beneficiary of a life insurance policy makes the insurance proceeds tax deductible in your estate and avoids costly and time-consuming probate. A relatively small annual premium provides for a substantial future gift — one that will offset taxes due on your estate. If ownership of a policy is transferred to Yeshiva Derech Chaim during your lifetime, it can produce a current tax deduction. Existing policies may also be transferred easily.
Suggested Charitable Gift/Bequest Text
“I give ____ dollars/_____ percent of all of the residue of my estate to Yeshiva Derech Chaim, an educational, charitable organization based in Brooklyn, New York, for the benefit of the Tehilim Hotline.”
Contact the Tehilim Hotline at email@example.com or 718-438-5476