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If you prefer to send a contribution by mail, please remit checks to:
Institute for Principle Studies
P.O. Box 278
Modesto, CA 95353

For donations other than money, including gifts of stocks and securities, planned giving options, and gifts in-kind, please call the IPS office at (209) 575-2005.  You can also call the office to give through a checking or savings account using the Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) method.

The Institute for Principle Studies is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.



If you prefer to send a contribution by mail, please remit checks to:
Institute for Principle Studies
P.O. Box 278
Modesto, CA 95353

For donations other than money, including gifts of stocks and securities, planned giving options, and gifts in-kind, please call the IPS office at (209) 575-2005.

The Institute for Principle Studies is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law.

Why Give To IPS?


We Must Not Sit On The Sidelines

Our world is beset with battles over philosophy, doctrine, politics, economics, and education.  If we have truth, it is wrong to withhold that truth.  It is also wrong not to work diligently to communicate that truth.

The principles that IPS teaches and promotes are not just academic concerns.  These principles have a substantial impact on our families and world.  Hundreds of millions of people will suffer and millions will die this year because wrong ideas about government and economics are being taught and believed.  We cannot just stand and watch.

IPS Has The Foundational Truth

If you have read our publications or attended one of our classes or seminars, you know that IPS has a unique and powerful message. Who else is teaching these exciting fundamental principles?  Who else is painting the big picture by weaving principled truth through government, economics, history and theology?

We Must Compete For Hearts & Minds

Our ideological opponents are spending billions of dollars to teach and promote their philosophies.  The question is this: “How much are we willing to spend to counter these efforts?”

Will we give as much as we spend at Starbucks?  Or on cable TV? What about a car payment? Or will we assume that someone else will give?

Although we ought to be willing to give sacrificially, it is actually a pleasure and a blessing to invest time and money into a great work.

IPS Has The Opportunities

We have been blessed with ample opportunities to promote our message. In fact, we have more opportunities than resources.  This is why we really need your help.

Please join us in the mission to reform our nation based on biblical principles by contributing below.

We Must Not Sit On The Sidelines

Our world is beset with battles over philosophy, doctrine, politics, economics, and education.  If we have truth, it is wrong to withhold that truth.  It is also wrong not to work diligently to communicate that truth.

The principles that IPS teaches and promotes are not just academic concerns.  These principles have a substantial impact on our families and world.  Hundreds of millions of people will suffer and millions will die this year because wrong ideas about government and economics are being taught and believed.  We cannot just stand and watch.

IPS Has The Foundational Truth

If you have read our publications or attended one of our classes or seminars, you know that IPS has a unique and powerful message. Who else is teaching these exciting fundamental principles?  Who else is painting the big picture by weaving principled truth through government, economics, history and theology?

We Must Compete For Hearts & Minds

Our ideological opponents are spending billions of dollars to teach and promote their philosophies.  The question is this: “How much are we willing to spend to counter these efforts?”

Will we give as much as we spend at Starbucks?  Or on cable TV? What about a car payment? Or will we assume that someone else will give?

Although we ought to be willing to give sacrificially, it is actually a pleasure and a blessing to invest time and money into a great work.

IPS Has The Opportunities

We have been blessed with ample opportunities to promote our message. In fact, we have more opportunities than resources.  This is why we really need your help.

Please join us in the mission to reform our nation based on biblical principles by contributing below.

I’m Convinced, What Do I Do?


  • Decide Frequency

    You can choose to make a one-time contribution or give on a regular basis (monthly or quarterly).

  • Decide Amount

    Every partnership, regardless of the amount, is valued and appreciated.

  • Decide Method

    You can give by check, securely online using a debit/credit card, or by Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) through your banking institution.

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3 Reasons to Become a Sustaining Member

Least Overhead


Fundraising takes time.  Every hour that we spend fundraising is an hour that is not devoted to writing, teaching, or promoting the message of liberty and truth.  Fundraising is a necessary and important part of the work of any non-profit organization, but you get more “bang for the buck” if we spend less time doing it.


Better Planning


Planning and budgeting are also much easier when an organization has a regular and dependable stream of revenue.  As we plan and strategize, we can do so more effectively when more of our income is predictable. CSC donors provide this predictable, higher yield revenue.


Easier Giving


Regular giving has benefits for our donors as well.  Some people prefer to make a larger one-time annual gift–and these are wonderful.  Giving out of a year-end bonus or other annual bounty is a great way to support IPS.  But for most of us, monthly giving is a great option.  Monthly giving can be a way to comfortably increase your annual support without feeling as much effect on the checkbook.

Whether you give monthly, quarterly or annually, your contribution supports the work of IPS, but we believe that these are some good reasons to consider becoming a CSC giver as you decide how you want to have an impact on society.

Donate by Mail

Print out the IPS pledge form, fill it out, and send it back.

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The Institute for Principle Studies is a registered 501(c)(3) charity. Federal Tax ID number: 20-3366904.
Contributions are tax-exempt to the fullest extent permitted by law.

Other ways to give


  • Include IPS in Your Will

    The battle for truth and liberty will last longer than most of us.  As we consider our legacy, we should consider how our financial resources might be used after we die. Giving a portion of your estate to the work of IPS can be an excellent way to leave a better world for your children and grandchildren.

  • Donate Gifts of Stock and Securities

    Gifts of individual stocks, mutual funds, or appreciated securities allow friends to generously support the IPS mission while receiving significant tax advantages at the same time.

  • Submit Employer Matching Gifts

    Find out if your employer will match your gifts to our outreach. You can double or even triple the impact of your support.

  • Donor-Advised Funds

    A donor-advised fund (DAF) is a simple, flexible and tax-efficient way to give to your favorite charities, like IPS. Simply open a DAF with a public charity (like National Christian Foundation for example), grow your donation (tax-free), then support charities you love (now or over time).

  • Give while Shopping on Amazon

    AmazonSmile makes it possible to shop and give at the same time.

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Questions?

Contact the IPS office at (209) 575-2005 with all inquiries regarding giving.

The battle for truth and liberty will last longer than most of us.  As we consider our legacy, we should consider how our financial resources might be used after we die. Giving a portion of your estate to the work of IPS can be an excellent way to leave a better world for your children and grandchildren.

There are dozens of ways to include IPS in your will or trust.  A few of the planned giving options include:

  • Gifts through wills
  • Asset-based gifts (real estate, securities)
  • Charitable gift annuities
  • Charitable IRA distributions
  • Gifts through family foundations
  • Life insurance
  • Payable on Death accounts
  • Revocable living trusts

We urge you to consider the benefits of leaving a portion of your estate to IPS for our future work.  This can be as simple as modifying your will to include the Institute for Principle Studies.  Just include our name, a dollar amount, and our Federal Tax ID# 20-3366904.  Of course, your tax advisor or estate planner can help you with a number of other options that can maximize the benefit to IPS, while avoiding taxes.

The task at hand is a big one.  The need to teach sound principles of government and economics will continue long after we are gone.  Let’s all consider leaving a legacy of liberty that will out-last us. Consider a gift to IPS that will produce benefits now and in eternity.

The information presented is not offered as legal or tax advice. You are urged to seek the advice of your tax advisor, attorney, and/or financial planner to make certain any gift you are considering fits well in your specific circumstances.