Sending A Gift Of A Tribute Helps Support The Work Of The Simon Wiesenthal Center

 
                                                                            December 13, 2005

Sending A Gift Of A Tribute Helps Support The Work Of The Simon Wiesenthal Center

This Chanukah,  sending a gift of a tribute from the Simon Wiesenthal Center is a thoughtful way to  acknowledge the holiday while at the same time enabling us to continue our work of fighting antisemitism, Holocaust denial, terrorism, hate around the world, and defending the safety of Jews everywhere.

Tributes can be sentyear round to commemorate other holidays: births, birthdays, bar/bat mitzvahs, graduations, engagements, get well greetings, anniversaries, weddings, yahrtzeits, honoring parents or others, and as a thank you.  Additionally, cards can be made to allow you to send your own personalized message.

Your tribute will be acknowledged in the form of a specially designed card, which will be mailed to the person or family you designate. The amount of the gift will not be disclosed. All contributions are in U.S. dollars and are tax deductible.

And, through December 31, 2005, US taxpayers can take advantage of new tax breaks for charitable gifts of cash. The Katrina Emergency Tax Relief Act of 2005 allows individuals who itemize and make cash contributions to nonprofit organizations between August 28 and December 31, 2005 to deduct such contributions up to 100 percent of their adjusted gross income (AGI), if so desired. Donations made to any public charity made during this time can be deducted. For more information, go to www.irs.gov

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  SWC Snider Social Action Institute

This e-mail was sponsored by the Simon Wiesenthal Center, an international
organization with 400,000 members, promoting tolerance and combating antisemitism worldwide.



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