Make Your Year-End Gift Today

The American Dream means that if you work hard, make sacrifices, and play by the rules, you can get ahead and live a good life.

 

Today that dream is threatened by a progressive agenda that has for decades been brewing on campuses and in the media. It seeks to import socialism and unlimited government power under the guise of “equality” which will destroy our “unjust capitalist system.”

 

Your support of PRI allows our scholars to produce nonpartisan and solutions-focused research to expose the bad thinking that leads to bad policy—in areas like health care, education, energy, technology, and worker freedom.

 

You and I are in this fight for every American, and we’re in it for the long term. By joining your support to PRI’s ambitious Reclaiming the American Dream Campaign this year-end season, we can educate federal, state, and local policymakers to embrace and promote policy changes that spur economic mobility and preserve individual freedom.

 

Your tax-deductible year-end gift makes a powerful statement for the superiority of free market solutions to public policy. Help Pacific Research Institute reclaim the American Dream for all.

 

Your gift will help PRI reach our goal of raising $200,000 by December 31st!

Other Ways to Support PRI

There are many ways to support PRI. In addition to your general donation, you can:

 

  • Join PRI’s Sir Antony Fisher Freedom Society, which recognizes PRI’s closest friends and most loyal supporters, those who contribute gifts of $1,000 or more each year, and gives them exclusive access to PRI’s events, publications, scholars, and leadership. Click here for more details.

 

  • Donate your required minimum distribution from your IRA account

 

  • Give appreciated securities such as stocks, bonds, and mutual funds

 

  • Participate in your employer’s matching gift fund program

 

  • Include PRI in your will or estate plans

 

  • Contribute through a Donor Advised Fund

 

For more information on other ways to give, please contact PRI’s development department at (626) 714-7572 or email [email protected].