Make a Contribution for Freedom!
Since our founding in 1987—all the way back to Ronald Reagan!—the Institute for Policy Innovation has been focused on growth. Because a growing America is a strong America, and a strong America can preserve our freedoms at home and advance America's values for the benefit of people all over the world who hunger for freedom.
But growth depends on low taxes, property rights, free-markets, individual freedom, and limited government—all of which are under attack today.
IPI stands in the gap, explaining the importance of these principles through every available channel, tirelessly, at all hours of the day and night. Every day, hundreds of thousands of people are touched by IPI's work, including your elected officials and their staff in Washington DC, in state and local government, and around the world. They read our op/eds, hear us on talk radio, see us on TV, attend our events and briefings, and read and forward around our broadcast emails and policy analyses.
Our work provides argument, ammunition and data for those who, like us, are working to return our government to a more modest, limited role in the lives of the American people, much as the Founders envisioned and designed through the Constitution.
But we can't do it without dedicated supporters who agree with our work and want to see it continue, and expand. Won't you join us?
Unlike political contributions, contributions to IPI are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law, since IPI is recognized by the IRS as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. And, unlike political contributions, there are no donation limits.
IPI is able to accept contributions from individuals, businesses, and corporations; we can accept grants from charitable foundations; and we can also accept gifts of appreciated stock and other securities.
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We thank you for your support!