Individual Funding

The Kant Institute hopes to establish itself as a leading policy research organization with a key focus on societal development and the creation of “an open forum for the big thinkers of the next generation.” We believe that there has been no better time for an institute of this nature than now, when increasingly marginalized political parties and shifting global powers threaten the democratic process and the recognition of innovative ideas.

The Kant Institute relies on tax-deductible contributions from individuals, corporations, and foundations to continue the development of our diverse portfolio of activities. Our organization also seeks grant support from foundations and other third-party organizations to help meet budget requirements.

Donations to The Kant Institute’s general operating fund are established through our Annum Society. For individuals looking to specify the specific use of their funds, we also offer support for specific fellowships, projects, and departments.

Gifts ensuring the long-term development of The Kant Institute are key to the development of our foundational projects that differentiate us from other policy organizations. For those wishing to take part in the limitless upside potential of our Institute, contributions can also be made by bequest or other testamentary gifts to our Perennial Society.

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