The Bill of Rights Institute’s ability to impact our nation’s civic knowledge and engagement is made possible by the generosity of donors like you. There are several ways to support the Institute. You can give online, make an in-kind donation or planned gift, or give appreciated stock.
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Other Ways to Give
Achieve your philanthropic goals to foster engagement, education, and empowerment among our youth and teachers of America through a gift to the Bill of Rights Institute today. You can maximize your impact through a variety of different donation options.
Planned and Legacy Giving
Leave a legacy of liberty and freedom through a variety of channels with a planned gift to BRI. Learn more about our Legacy Society and the potential tax benefits to you by making a planned gift.
Whether it's a one time gift or a longer term relationship, we work with foundations to achieve sustainable and measurable results. Our consistent assessment of impact among our target audience makes us an excellent partner for a variety of foundations.
Make the most immediate impact through a gift to BRI to promote freedom and opportunity for students and teachers across America. Connect with one of our partner advisors today so we can learn more about how to help you best achieve your philanthropic goals for a freer society.
Make a difference today through a stock transfer. Click here to learn more about the income tax advantages and how you can donate securities that have appreciated in value.
Financial Accountability and Transparency
Just as financial accountability is important in your personal wealth planning, it's equally important in your philanthropic planning. Bill of Rights Institute operates with integrity and takes your donor gift intent seriously. Donations are used and stewarded for maximum impact and accountability.Learn More
Supporter Frequently Asked Questions
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