Support Our Work

The Pluralism Project has developed a rich network of research collaborators and has become a valuable resource for educators, students, civic leaders, and the interested public. Although we are based at Harvard University, our work is primarily funded by philanthropic support from foundations and individuals like you. 

If you would like to help us sustain and expand our work, please consider making a tax-deductible financial donation that will go directly to supporting the Pluralism Project’s mission.

For example, a gift of:

  • $100 could support a public educational event.
  • $500 could support case study research.
  • $1,000 could support a work study student for an entire academic year.
  • $5,000 could support a summer fellowship program.
  • $10,000 could support the partial salary of one of our staff members.

You can make your gift to the Pluralism Project online or by mail.

Giving Online

Step 1: Please visit the donation page for Harvard College.
Step 2: From the “Select a Fund” menu, choose “Harvard College Unrestricted”
Step 3: Check the box “Additional gift details (e.g. pledge payment, other designation)
Step 4: In the “Gift Details” box, please include “The Pluralism Project – 370 30790”.

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Giving by Mail

To give by mail, please mail with your check, made out to Harvard University, to:

The Pluralism Project
Harvard University
2 Arrow Street, 4th Floor
Cambridge, MA 02138

We kindly request that with your check you include the following information.

Name: 
Address:
City:
State:
Zip Code:
Phone:
Email:
Organization (if applicable):

Donation Amount:

___ $500
___ $1,000
___ $5,000
___ $10,000
Other Amount $__________

Would you like to be listed as a friend on the Pluralism Project’s website?

____ Yes, please list my name as a friend on the Pluralism Project website.
____ No, please do not list my name as a friend on the Pluralism Project website.


You may also contact us if you would like to pledge or support research in a specific region or community or on a specific topic. Please e-mail us at staff@pluralism.org.

Thank you for your support. 


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