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Like Father, Like Daughter: Second-Generation ATS supporter Debra Javit follows her father’s footsteps

When other little girls were playing with dolls, Debra Javit was walking with her Dad through the shopping malls he developed in suburban Connecticut. “I always wanted to be like him and to be with him,” Debra said.

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Yoram Benbarak: Engineer, Entrepreneur, and Changemaker Planned Giving Donor and Alum Gives Back to the University that Helped Shape his Career

Yoram Benbarak B.S. ’71, M.S.’73 was an undergraduate student when computer technology was going through a momentous revolution that helped catapult Israel into its famed status as Startup Nation and a leader in innovation. The Technion was on the front lines.

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Dr. Eric Albin recounts in this first-person piece why he chose to support Technion in his estate plans.

Some time ago, I read that hedge fund manager John Paulson had gifted Harvard University’s engineering school the fantastic sum of $400 million. My thought was, and is, that the Harvard endowment fund has more than $40 billion, so Paulson’s gift, though very generous, would make absolutely no difference in the world.

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Dori Brown left with her sister Judi right

Planned Giving Donor Doris Brown Recounts the “Miracle” that Started It All

The Technion became Dori Brown’s cause of choice after taking a friend to an American Technion Society (ATS) event. She and her late sister Judi Gottesman invited their friend, suffering from early onset of Parkinson’s, to hear Technion Professor Emeritus Moussa Youdim speak about his then-breakthrough drug for the condition.

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Planning your estate and legacy for future generations, including your charitable interests, takes careful evaluation. Consulting with the appropriate professionals can assist you.

Judy Sager, Executive Director of Planned Giving