Make a Gift
Gifting your family or friends an investment from The Jerusalem Portfolio is a wonderful way to mark a meaningful simcha in their lives, such as a birth, bar/bat mitzvah, wedding, graduation, birthday, anniversary, or any other special occasion. An investment in TJP not only represents a stake in Israel’s future, but it can also a serve as the foundation for a strong financial future for others and for Israel.
Gifting can be done in 3 Simple Steps:
1) Tell us about the Recipient
Provide basic information on recipient, such as name, email address, and phone number.
2) Tell us about Yourself
Fill in your name, phone number, email address, and purpose for the gift.
3) Fund the Account
After selecting the value of the gift, fund the account by credit card (Visa, Mastercard or American Express) and finish sending the gift.
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