Planned Giving

You can achieve your financial goals and tax and estate planning objectives, by naming the ICCF as an irrevocable beneficiary of an estate plan or split interest gift.  At the same time you will provide the ICCF with much-needed assistance which will allow us to dedicate more resources to our mission.

You may also include the Israel Children’s Cancer Foundation in your will. By doing so, you will be able to insure a healthy future for the ICCF.

All wills and bequests should be made payable to “Israel Children’s Cancer Foundation, Inc.” an IRS 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
The following thoughtful donors included the Israel Children’s Cancer Foundation in their wills. In this way, they have provided a legacy of endowing their annual support. The continuation and expansion of this tradition of rememberance ensures a healthy future for the ICCF.
Jonathan Mark Scharer Charitable Remainder Trust
Estate of Kay Bernstein
Estate of Samuel N. Goldstein
Robert M. Neubauer Living Trust
Estate of D.H. Hirsberg
Estate of Lillian Schlesinger
Benjamin Henry Scott Revocable Trust
Estate of Arthur Stern
Estate of Anna Golan
Estate of Sylvia Weinstein
The Merle S. Cahn Trust
Andrew Peltzman The Sylvia and Harry Lewis Family Memorial Fund
Iris Nelson-Schwartz - In memory of Dr. Alfred H. Schwartz
Mrs. Anna Globe - In memory of Jacob Globe and Betty Globe Rimland