A Message from President Mike Radoff to our Jewish Community 2023 was a stellar year for the Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association (DHFLA). We exceeded our goal of gifts and […]
Thinking about legacies is especially consistent with the work of the Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association (DHFLA). DHFLA is unique among organizations in that contributed dollars live on in perpetuity.
With government slow to roll out assistance programs, the nonprofit lender is looking to leverage philanthropic donations to help families, businesses and nonprofits. Article by Judah Ari Gross of ejewishphilanthropy.com.
We understand that legacy giving can be a complicated and daunting topic and you might have questions after reading Planting Seeds for the Future of the Jewish Community with Planned
If you are thinking about how to continue supporting the causes you are passionate about after your lifetime, this short video about endowments from the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation is helpful
“Champagne For A Cause” Event Generates Support for Israel and The Greater North Texas Jewish Community On September 6, the Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association (DHFLA) and Israel Bonds partnered
The Texas Jewish Post article shares news that Shwarts Family Dentistry, now at the southwest corner of Coit and Campbell, has merged the offices of Dr. Ellis Shwarts with the
When we think of “estate planning,” many of us think of deciding how to allocate our financial assets upon our deaths. However, planning our legacies can take on much more
DHFLA’s second annual Zeroes are Heroes took place on May 3rd. More than 60 guests attended to hear from DHFLA loan recipients and celebrate the hand-up that the agency has
In coming together for the Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association’s (DHFLA) 2023 Zeroes are Heroes event, the community will honor donors who change lives, and the lives forever enhanced by
CYJ’s long-time Executive Director, Frank Silberlicht, always says, “If you want your kids to have a Jewish background, give them a Jewish playground.” Camp Young Judaea-Texas is just that—a place