How To Donate

The John Jay Institute is a tax-exempt, non-profit, non-partisan, research and education organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to the Institute are tax-deductible under section 170 of the Code. The Institute's mission is sustained and advanced by the charitable gifts of people who envisage the future leaders of America to be men and women of virtue, wisdom and justice. All persons of good will are invited to join the Institute's venture for principled public leaders.

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Checks or Money Orders may be mailed to:
John Jay Institute
P.O. Box 28221
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131

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Phone: 215-987-3000
Fax: 215-207-9370

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Alan Crippen has had long experience educating young scholars in the political principles and spiritual values of our Founding Fathers, helping them to translate those principles and values into effective action in the public square. Because young people are immersed in a popular culture that is, in many ways, opposed to such ideals, the importance of this work cannot be overstated. The seriousness and professionalism of his Fellows speaks well of Mr. Crippen's work. I have been fortunate to have a number of Fellows on my staff and working in my Washington, DC office as interns. I have been consistently impressed-not only by the quality of their work but also by their solid understanding of our nation's founding doctrines and principles. The John Jay Institute continues to form young minds and souls in the same impressive manner."
The Honorable Sam Brownback
Former U.S. Senator
Governor of the State of Kansas