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“Anyone who fights for the future, lives in it today.”
– Ayn Rand

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Level:

Sponsor

$50 – $999

  • Maximum support at this level provides funds for:

    • judging of 639 Anthem essays by high school students, or
    • all OAC videoconferencing for one year, or
    • printing and distributing 1,000 copies of Ayn Rand’s essay “Philosophy: Who Needs It” at public events.

Level:

Major

$1,000 – $4,999

  • Maximum support at this level provides funds for:

    • 1,000 copies of Ayn Rand novels for high school classrooms, or
    • an academic grant for an Objectivist intellectual working on a scholarly paper featuring Ayn Rand, or
    • placing two op-eds in prominent national media outlets.

Level:

Associate

$5,000 – $9,999

  • Maximum support at this level provides funds for:

    • travel expenses for ARI speakers to speak at nine different universities during the school year, or
    • an academic grant for an Objectivist graduate student completing his or her PhD, or
    • an article, issue brief, or white paper.

Level:

Benefactor

$10,000+

  • Support at this level and above provides funding for:

    • printing and mailing costs of all teachers kits to high schools across the United States;
    • the creation of a new ARI Campus course; and
    • ARI’s annual series of congressional staff briefings.

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How you're helping

Educate

ARI’s educational programs, including essay contests, Free Books to Teachers, college campus clubs, OAC and the online ARI Campus, foster an increasing interest in and understanding of Ayn Rand’s ideas among students across the U.S. and around the world.

Empower

ARI’s public debates, talks and conferences around the world, as well as our commentary at media outlets, on podcasts and in blogs, empower individuals to embrace Ayn Rand’s ideas, to apply them in the world, and to become heroes in their own lives.

On the horizon

ARI’s programs and initiatives both educate and empower young people to become what Ayn Rand called the “New Intellectuals” — those who will fight the moral battle for a culture of reason, rational self-interest and laissez-faire capitalism.

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MONTHLY AUTOMATIC GIFTS

Contributors in this program provide steady amounts to ARI every month. Funds are transferred directly from their bank accounts to the Institute. Many prefer the convenience of this method, which provides ARI with steady, more predictable revenues.

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EMPLOYER MATCHING

Many employers match their employees’ contributions to nonprofit organizations — some even double-match. ARI receives dozens of these gifts each year. To see if your employer will match your gifts to ARI, inquire at your employer’s personnel office.

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SECURITIES GIFTS

Consider contributing shares of stock or other marketable securities to ARI in lieu of cash. There may be significant tax advantages for you in contributing in this manner, and ARI will still receive the funding to advance Ayn Rand’s ideas.

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NON-CASH GIFTS

Over the years contributors have provided computer hardware and software, office equipment and other types of business, personal or real property, and received tax benefits. If you have something that might be of use to ARI, let us know.

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Bequests & Estate Gifts

The Atlantis Legacy program integrates support of ARI with estate planning, resulting in deferred gift commitments to ARI that may also generate significant tax savings and, under some circumstances, even generate income for contributors.

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GIVE YOUR EXPERTISE & TIME

Some ARI supporters provide advice or assistance on a pro bono basis, typically in technical and professional fields; many others volunteer to help us with everyday clerical tasks. If you are interested and there’s a fit, ARI would like your help.

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Tax Information

501(c)(3) STATUS

The Ayn Rand Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization recognized by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. ARI’s federal identification number is 22-2570926.

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

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