The Leadership Conference Education Fund builds public will for federal policies that promote and protect the civil and human rights of all persons in the United States. We work toward the goal of a more open and just society — an America as good as its ideals.
“We have a long way to go, but we have to go there together.
– Dr. Dorothy Height
How You Can Support
You have the power to make a difference. We need your support to continue building a fair, just, and inclusive democracy that works for us all.
If you wish to make your contribution offline as a check or cash gift or donate gifts of stock, please see below for further payment instructions. We also offer an opportunity to join Movement Movers, The Leadership Conference’s premiere giving community. If you have any additional questions concerning your prospective or current giving, please contact Kayla Buckley at 202-750-1827 or [email protected]
Please send form and payment to:
The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
1620 L Street, Suite 100
Washington, DC 20036
Gifts of Stock:
The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights is now able to accept gifts of stock. If you are interested in donating stock, please contact Kayla Buckley, Development Assistant, at 202.750.1827 or [email protected]
Movement Movers recognizes individual donors whose significant support allows initiatives and programs of The Leadership Conference to flourish year after year. As a Movement Mover, you work closely with our team to build an America as good as its ideals. Continue reading to discover which group is the best fit for you.
Annual Fund Donor
Annual Fund donors are mid-level contributors who generously support The Leadership Conference with an annual contribution of $1,000 – $9,999. For more information about the Annual Fund program, please contact Gregory Surh, manager of operations and annual fund, at 202-466-4281 or [email protected]
Council of Advocates
The Council of Advocates is made up of a diverse and influential group of people who care deeply about civil and human rights, and who are willing to provide meaningful annual financial support of $10,000 to $100,000. Members of the Council of Advocates also lend their name in support of The Leadership Conference as an advocate for justice, inclusion, opportunity, and a democracy that works for all.
Members receive the following benefits:
- Public leadership gift recognition
- Special benefits and experiences at the annual Hubert H. Humphrey dinner and any signature regional events
- Bi-annual insider briefings with Leadership Conference President and CEO Vanita Gupta and other premiere civil rights community experts
- Exclusive promotional and advocacy opportunities on behalf of The Leadership Conference
Ambassadors of Justice
Ambassadors of Justice are principal contributors to The Leadership Conference who invest $100,000 or more in the movement. For information on specific benefits tailored to the acknowledgment of your contribution, please contact Andrew Ansel, Director of Institutional Giving, at [email protected].