Tomorrow Demands Today: The Campaign for RAND is no ordinary campaign. It’ll have global impact that extends far beyond RAND itself. The challenges it will address are no ordinary challenges. They’re profoundly complex and not necessarily straightforward to solve. And the questions it inspires aren’t always ordinary questions. Here are some. Do you have others? Please reach out to [email protected] to share them. Or contact a member of our development team.
Over the course of my career, I have participated in many efforts at leading institutions to deal with existential threats such as nuclear war and climate change. RAND consistently provided valuable analyses and insights upon which I and others relied. We expect nothing less of RAND in the face of the challenges to come.
RAND is nonprofit, nonpartisan, and committed to the public interest. We rely on philanthropic support to take the long view and tackle the questions that may be too big, too complex, or too new for our clients to address. Philanthropic contributions support our ability to imagine and prepare for what’s next.
The Alumni Impact Fund (AIF) provides the entire RAND family with an opportunity to help RAND researchers extend the reach of projects with the potential for greater impact. Together, we have raised more than $798,000 during the past seven AIF campaigns.
The Policy Society is a leadership giving group. The purpose of the Policy Society is to encourage annual gifts that provide a foundation of support for RAND’s most immediate needs. The Society engages influential thinkers, philanthropists, and individuals who want to actively make a difference.
Gifts and written pledges from all philanthropic resources, including individuals, foundations, realized planned gifts, and bequests, will count towards the campaign goal beginning October 1, 2017.
If you are representing a foundation, please contact Christine Lanoie-Newman, Executive Director of Development, Foundation Relations, at [email protected].
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When writing a will or living trust, donors can specify that they would like their estate to benefit RAND. Donors may leave a bequest to RAND or plan their giving strategy as part of their estate. For information about how to include RAND in your estate plans, please contact Sylvia Dsouza at [email protected] or (310) 393-0411, x6577.
RAND is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, Tax ID 95-1958142. Gifts to RAND are tax deductible as allowed by law.
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