Leave a legacy of peace.

Making a gift by will or other estate-planning method is a visionary and generous way to extend Hand in Hand's vision of peace education and Jewish-Arab shared society far into the future.


We would be honored for you to consider Hand in Hand in your long-term financial planning. This can be done in a number of ways:

A specific bequest is a stated amount of cash of a specific asset, such as shares of stock.

A residuary bequest is a gift of all or part of the property remaining in your estate after debts, taxes, administrative expenses and specific bequests to other beneficiaries have been paid.

A contingent bequest is a gift that takes effect only if other beneficiaries predecease you.

An unrestricted bequest — one that can be used for general purposes — is the most desired, because it allows the gift to be used where it is needed most. However, you may certainly designate a specific use for your bequest. We suggest that with a designated use, the following clause be added to your will: “If at any time, in the judgment of the Hand in Hand Board, the designated use of this bequest is no longer practical or appropriate, the board shall use the bequest for the general purposes.” 

For American donors: Our organization’s full name is “Hand in Hand: American Friends of the Center for Jewish-Arab Education in Israel." You should consult with an attorney in preparing or changing your will. Hand in Hand staff are available to discuss a bequest or other contributions with you or your advisors.

If you choose to remember Hand in Hand with a bequest, we would be so thankful to know of your plans. Contact us at:





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