The Ner Tamid Society acknowledges and thanks individuals and families who have been supporting the UJA Annual Campaign of Greater MetroWest NJ for 25 years or more.
Writings of the Past Inspire the Future: A Dialogue with Nancy Spielberg
In a league of her own, Nancy Spielberg joined our Greater MetroWest Jewish community on Zoom to discuss one of her most recent documentaries, her passion for preserving stories of the past, and her commitment to turning these legacies into educational tools to inform our lives today and benefit future generations.
During the main program reference is made to the documentary film, WHO WILL WRITE OUR HISTORY? produced by Ms. Spielberg about Emanuel Ringelblum and the Oyneg Shabes Archive, the secret archive he created and led in the Warsaw Ghetto. The film, written and directed by Roberta Grossman, is based on the book of the same name by historian Samuel Kassow. Click here to access the trailer.
The Ner Tamid Society's Pre-Reception with Nancy Spielberg, “A Private Conversation with Nancy Spielberg,” was not recorded.
A Circle of Dedicated Donors
The Ner Tamid Society, more than 2,000 strong, sustains Jewish values and ensures the future of the Jewish community locally, in Israel, and around the world. Every contribution, at any level, strengthens our Jewish community’s safety net for those in need. The Ner Tamid Society Thank You Celebration, held every two years, recognizes the dedication of this special group of donors.
If you are a member of the Ner Tamid Society, we are indebted to you for your enduring commitment to Federation. You have touched the lives of millions of people in Greater MetroWest and beyond.
Your Impact Can Endure
To ensure that their impact continues in perpetuity, many Ner Tamid Society members consider making a legacy gift.
When you make Federation’s UJA Annual Campaign a part of your legacy, you secure the future of the Jewish community that was built on the foundation of your contributions. Your legacy gift also makes a powerful statement to your family and the wider community that our Jewish future matters to you.
One of the biggest misconceptions about legacy giving is that only the wealthy can do it. In fact, everyone can plan a legacy gift, regardless of current income or assets.
The most common types of legacy gift include:
- A bequest in a will
- A beneficiary designation in a retirement fund
- A beneficiary designation in a life insurance policy
- An outright gift of a life insurance policy that’s no longer needed
Learn more about ways to make a legacy gift.
Have you included a bequest to Jewish Federation or the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater MetroWest NJ in your estate plans? If so, please let us know so that we can express our appreciation.