Planned Giving

An Investment in the Future

Your giving to the John Jay Institute is an investment in the future of faith-informed conservative leadership. But it also is a way to make an immediate impact in the life of a young man or woman who is answering the call to prepare themselves for public service.

Our Fellowship programs are tuition-free which allows us to recruit and train the best and brightest young men and women who have options for their future. We compete with programs like the Rhodes, Fulbright, Truman and Marshall scholarship programs for the world-class leaders of tomorrow. This is not easy and it is not inexpensive, so we need the long-term financial support that donors like you understand.

Whether it is an estate plan to minimize your tax burden and support the work and mission of the Institute and your other favorite charities or even the most complex gift structure you can imagine, the John Jay Institute relies on the expertise of the professionals at the National Christian Foundation to help us and our donors navigate the sometimes challenging area of planned giving.

National Christian Foundation

The National Christian Foundation's team of professionals are the John Jay Institute's trusted resource for all of our planned giving support. You can find a "wealth" of knowledge in their online resources.

But we encourage you to contact our development office at (215) 987-3002, to schedule an appointment and/or introduction to the professionals at the National Christian Foundation

John Jay has been called the "father of American conservatism" and rightly so. His commitment to the rule of law and American constitutionalism was fundamentally informed by the Hebrew and Christian Scriptures as well as classical and medieval thought and the British system of law. As a man of the bar and bench he ranks high in the pantheon of in Anglo-American jurisprudence. Author (with Madison and Hamilton) of The Federalist Papers, Jay was President Washington's first choice for Chief Justice of the United States as well as President Adams's. I delightfully applaud the vision and work of the John Jay Institute for Faith, Society & Law in perpetuating the high constitutional principles and lasting legacy of their namesake among the future leaders of our great county."
The Honorable Kenneth W. Starr
Former Solicitor General of the United States
President, Baylor University