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Cornerstone of Zion Society

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If you have made plans for a gift from your estate, to bless the Jewish people through The Fellowship, would you let us know? Please let us know about gifts you have included as a bequest in your will, or by beneficiary designation in your trust, life insurance, IRA, or any other type of planned gift. We want to thank you by including you in our Cornerstone of Zion Society.

The Cornerstone of Zion Society recognizes supporters of The Fellowship who are people of vision. They see beyond the present and into a future when their planned gifts will create an ongoing legacy that will help provide a "hope and a future" for needy Jewish people in Israel and scattered among distant lands.

Cornerstone members are recognized for their generosity, vision, and commitment through lifetime membership in the Cornerstone of Zion Society when the establishment of an estate gift is confirmed. Cornerstone members are honored in a number of ways:

  • Certificate of Appreciation and Membership.
  • Membership Lapel Pin.
  • Commemorative Recognition Stone (cut out of Jerusalem Stone).
  • Cornerstone Fellowship Updates.
  • Invitations to special Fellowship events.

For more information on membership in the Cornerstone of Zion Society, please call us (888) 588-4325 or contact us by email.

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