Ways to Give
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“You are performing the exalted duty of brotherhood, not by giving alms or stimulating pauperism, but by acts of justice which leave no sting of shame or of humiliation but arouse a sense of manhood both on the part of him who is aided and of him who lends a helping hand.”
– Louis Marshall, late 19th and early 20th century lawyer and prominent leader in the American Jewish community
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Text GIVE or DONATE to 214-466-1538
SUPPORT DHFLA – DALLAS HEBREW FREE LOAN ASSOCIATION
Make a tax-deductible donation today to help Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association (DHFLA) provide a helping hand to others. Your donation will be used to continue providing interest-free loans throughout the Greater North Texas, North Central Texas, and East Texas Jewish communities, giving people a dignified way to handle financial challenges, pursue their dreams, and become self-sufficient.
OTHER WAYS TO GIVE
There are many ways you can help the Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association (DHFLA) continue providing interest-free loans to members of the Greater North Texas, North Central Texas, and East Texas Jewish communities. Find the one that’s best for you.
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Full Circle Society
The Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association Full Circle Society is a group of former loan recipients who support the Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association and share the work we do with others.
If you are a former DHFLA borrower who has repaid your loan, please consider paying forward the help you received by joining the Full Circle Society. Become a member today!
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Gifts to the Angel Fund strengthen the foundation of our interest-free lending programs and ensure that DHFLA can assist the greatest number of people. The Fund allows us to make loans to qualified applicants who need an additional or local guarantor to fulfill DHFLA loan requirements. A minimum contribution of $1,000 is required to become a member and participate in the Angel Fund.
Like all gifts to DHFLA, Angel Fund tax-deductible contributions are cycled back into the Fund as loans are repaid to be used to assist new borrowers.
If you are interested in volunteering to be a guarantor for an individual loan, contact us.
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Giving Through Living
Support Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association through everyday actions. Your daily, weekly, and monthly shopping on Amazon, and at Kroger and Tom Thumb can generate much needed funds for DHFLA. Using your purchasing power to support our mission is Giving through Living.
Learn how to use Amazon Smile, Kroger Community Rewards and the Tom Thumb Good Neighbor Program to support Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association.
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Stocks, bonds, or mutual funds that have appreciated in value may be an attractive donation for you under current tax laws. When you transfer ownership to the Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association, you receive a charitable income tax deduction to the full extent allowed by law. Please tell us in advance of making a securities transfer.
Use the following information to transfer securities to DHFLA:
Morgan Stanley, DTC #0015, Account 053-107994-051, Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Assoc.
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Double the impact of your gift to the Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association by donating an Israel Bond. Israel Bonds are a meaningful way to support DHFLA and Israel. Contact Israel Bonds at 972-338-2642 or email Garry.Kahalnik@IsraelBonds.com and mention you would like to purchase a bond to donate to the Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association.
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Create a Legacy
Include Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association in your estate plans and join our Legacy Society. Planned gifts make it possible for us to recognize your generosity during your lifetime, and you inspire others to include the Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association in their estate plans.
Legacy gifts help build a permanent financial base for DHFLA and ensure that we can respond to the evolving needs of the Greater North Texas, North Central Texas, and East Texas Jewish communities for generations to come.
The most common way to give is through a simple bequest in your will or living trust. A bequest can be made for a specific amount, for a percentage of your estate, or for all or a portion of what is left after you have made bequests to your family. You can also name the Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association as a beneficiary of a retirement plan or life insurance policy.
To discuss planned giving options, contact us. Complete our legacy intent form to let us know that you have included, or plan to include, the Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association in your estate plans.
DHFLA loans enable our borrowers to be self-sufficient, providing a means to weather financial challenges, pursue their dreams and achieve their goals. Our loans bridge the gap between need and achievement.
No interest loans for the Greater North Texas Jewish Community
5402 Arapaho Rd
Dallas, TX 75248
Hours: Monday–Friday, 10 am – 6 pm
What We Do
Dallas Hebrew Free Loan Association (DHFLA) provides interest-free loans to members of the Jewish communities in Collin, Cooke, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Erath, Fannin, Grayson, Hood, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Montague, Palo Pinto, Parker, Rockwall, Somervell and Wise Counties, and any other county inclusive of Wichita Falls, Texarkana, Tyler, Waco and Longview, Texas.
Member of the International Association of Jewish Free Loans (IAJFL). We are a nonprofit 501c3.