The Ronin Institute depends on donations to carry out its mission of supporting independent research. Please consider helping us to transform scholarship by making a donation.
Donate using a credit card or e-check!
If you would like to donate online, you can make a secure donation by credit card or e-check, or, even better, you can set up a recurring donation! Just click the button to be taken to our secure donation page on Qgiv:
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If you prefer, you can donate by mailing a check to:
Ronin Institute for Independent Scholarship
127 Haddon Pl.
Montclair, NJ 07043-2314
The Ronin Institute is now accepting bitcoin donations. Click the button below to be redirected to our secure bitpay donation page:
If you would like to make a donation of bitcoin or other cryptocurrency via direct wallet transfer, you can find the appropriate addresses on our cryptocurrency donation page.
Support conference scholarships!
The Ronin Institute provides conference and travel scholarships to our Research Scholars to support their work and facilitate their participation in the academic community. Attending academic conferences is particularly important for independent and non-traditional scholars, who lack many of the opportunities for interaction with colleagues that are available to people in more conventional academic positions. If you want to support this program via Qgiv, just select “Conference/Travel Scholarships” from the pull-down menu. Donating by check? Write “Conference Scholarships” on the memo line.
Support what YOU want to support!
At the Ronin Institute, we are dedicated to donor transparency and non-fungibility. If you are interested in providing a directed donation, for example, to support a specific program or research project, you can feel confident that your donation will support that project. For more information, please contact us.
Save on taxes!
The Ronin Institute is a registered 501(c)3 organization, and has been approved as a publicly supported charity by the IRS. So, in all likelihood, your donation will be tax deductible. However, questions regarding your specific situation should be directed to a professional tax accountant or attorney.