Founded in 1976, the Ethics and Public Policy Center is Washington, D.C.’s premier institute dedicated to applying the Judeo-Christian moral tradition to critical issues of public policy. As we celebrate EPPC’s 40th anniversary in 2016, we greatly appreciate your support in helping us to continue and expand our work to inform the debate on domestic and foreign policy issues.
“The Ethics and Public Policy Center is a wonderful resource for creative and savvy policy proposals that are faithful to America’s founding principles. I regularly draw on the broad-ranging expertise of EPPC scholars.”
Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House and former GOP vice presidential nominee
There are several ways to support.
Support EPPC through an online donation using one of the two services below.
Or, you can use your credit card over the phone by calling our offices at (202) 715-3490 and asking for Sylvia Travaglione, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Please note that our online system will not accept donations larger than $5,000, so if you would like to make a donation by credit card in excess of $5,000, please break it into separate transactions of less than $5,000 each or contact Sylvia Travaglione.)
Checks should be made payable to the Ethics and Public Policy Center. Please note in the memo portion of the check the purpose for which the funds are being given.
Please mail to:
Ethics and Public Policy Center
1730 M Street NW, Suite 910
Washington, DC 20036
Contributions of appreciated stock or mutual-fund shares may provide you significant additional tax advantages. Contributions of stock or mutual-fund shares may be made by contacting Sylvia Travaglione at (202) 715-3490 or email@example.com. Transfer-agent instructions will be immediately available.
Corporate Matching Program
If your employer sponsors a matching-gift program, please consider a matching gift to EPPC.
Funds may be wire-transferred to the Ethics and Public Policy Center’s bank account. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for wire transfer instructions.
What Others Are Saying About EPPC:
“Within every wise public policy there is a hard kernel of ethical understanding. The Ethics and Public Policy Center helps keep Washington conscious of and conscientious about the kernels.”
George F. Will
“The Center is a pillar of moral seriousness and a beacon of moral clarity. Through its conferences and publications, it offers indispensable and profound analyses of the most important moral and political issues of our time—from matters of war and peace to the challenges technology raises for human freedom and dignity. It is a uniquely valuable institution.”
Leon R. Kass
“No other organization in Washington does as good a job at getting journalists to think about religion, ethics, and the deeper issues that shape politics and world affairs.”
“The Ethics and Public Policy Center plays a crucial role as a center from which radiate first-rate ideas and critiques concerning political, social, and individual morality.”
“The Center has done yeoman work in bringing together people of different voices and views to discuss the cultural and religious issues that are so important in our public life and central to our politics.”