Ways to Give
The Institute on Religion and Public Life accepts charitable gifts made through a variety of methods. Gifts of $1,000 or more made through any of the methods listed below induct the donor into the First Things Editor’s Circle. For more information about the Editor’s Circle, please visit www.firstthings.com/editors-circle.
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Transferring stock or other assets can deliver significant tax advantages. To make a gift of stock or other assets, please contact Carter Skeel, Director of Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-627-1985.
Making a planned gift can also convey sizeable tax advantages to you as a donor. Planned gifts include bequests, distributions from an IRA or life insurance policy, and charitable gift annuities. Planned giving also offers membership in the Richard John Neuhaus Society, if desired. For more information about our Neuhaus Society, visit www.firstthings.com/rjnsociety.
The Institute also accepts Zelle bank transfers, gifts made through Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), as well as corporate matching gifts and eligible proceeds from shopping through AmazonSmile.