* U.S. taxpayer: MIT is a 501(c)3 organization and your gift will be considered a charitable contribution for tax purposes.
Gifts to our core budget allow us to direct money where it is most needed and support J-PAL's work of conducting rigorous randomized evaluations, building capacity by training others to run randomized evaluations, and impacting lives through policy outreach and the scale-up of programs proven effective with partner governments and implementers.
Your unrestricted gifts to J-PAL through the Massachusetts Institute of Technology* allow us to:
- Fund early-stage research for project development; travel to explore new areas of research; and to support graduate student’s research efforts;
- React quickly when opportunities for policy impact arise by sending speakers at high-level conferences or meetings on short notice and responding to policymakers’ requests and schedules;
- Offer need-based scholarships for attendees to our training courses, support the development of new training materials, in particular case studies as well as technological investments for online open courses.
If you would like to support J-PAL North America, please donate via MIT and email Kelly Damm to let her know of your gift. We’ll make sure the funds are rightly allocated. If you would like to make a contribution to one of our regional offices or to discuss a larger gift in more detail, please e-mail David Sears.