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From Compassion to Action

Supporting Charitable, Literary, and Educational Activities

Mission Statement

Project Legacy was established for charitable, scientific, literary, and educational purposes, and its funds shall be utilized to conduct activities that are charitable, scientific, literary, or educational within the meaning of Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as same may be amended and in effect from time to time (the “Code”), including, without limitation, disbursing or donating the income or principal thereof to other organizations engaged in similar activities, provided that such organizations shall be organized and operated exclusively for religious, charitable, scientific, literary, or educational purposes within the meaning of section 501 (c) (3) of the Code.

Project Legacy will commemorate the annual celebration of Jewish Heritage Month as well as historical milestones and legacy events in world and Jewish history, staying true to the Jewish heritage of recognizing the good in people of all faiths and walks of life.

Project Legacy will recognize individuals whose leadership has resulted in the advancement of peace, human rights, democracy, and freedom.

Project Legacy sponsors and supports projects and causes that match our mission statement as well as executes projects on its own that meet our criteria. 

Project Legacy will search for people who defend the poor, the disenfranchised, and those whose accomplishments have positively impacted the lives of people around the globe. Monies raised for this organization will be used to establish an educational center where the activities and programs will be offered to the public.

Project Legacy will also facilitate through funds and advocacy efforts of (for) preservation and restoration of heritage sites that are in danger of being destroyed or that require restoration or construction of a memorial.


May has been proclaimed by the President and United States Congress, Jewish American Heritage Month. Despite years of oppression and persecution, Jews have always risen up to help bring improvement and progress to society.

For more than 350 years, Jews have been making major contributions to the American culture, including arts, science, medicine, sports, business, government, and military service.

Harriet Tubman

For her bravery, dedication, sacrifice, selflessness, and inspiration to present, past and future generations we commemorate Harriet Tubman the Bicentennial of Harriet Tubman’s birth.

Raoul Wallenberg

Raoul Wallenberg, acting under the War Refugee Board, is credited with saving an estimated 100,000 Jewish lives during the last six-month period of the Holocaust in Budapest, Hungary.


Preserving the memory and historical landmark of the Liska Chassidic Dynasty.


Recognizing Anwar Sadat and his heroic achievements and courageous contributions to peace in the Middle East.


Recognizing Israeli President Shimon Peres’ work and leadership.

To mark the 75th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel and the formation of the United States-Israel relationship, supporting an effort to put forth a commemorative coin honoring Israel’s Fourth Prime Minister, Golda Meir.

Forgotten Heroes of the Holocaust Congressional Gold Medal Act, a bill to honor 60 World War II-era diplomats from the United States and around the world in recognition of their bravery and heroism during the Holocaust.