Support the Goodman Institute for Public Policy Research, working with the best scholars from around the country on the nation’s most difficult public policy problems. Our mission is to find private alternatives to government programs that aren’t working. Your donation will help fund this important work, and we thank you for your generous contribution.
The Goodman Institute for Public Policy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and contributions are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. A tax receipt will be issued directly from the Goodman Institute within 2 business days after the receipt of your donation.
You can always contact the Goodman Institute directly to discuss your donation.
6335 W. Northwest Hwy, Suite 2111
Dallas, TX 75225
Other Ways to Donate
You can support the Goodman Institute for Public Policy into perpetuity through planned giving with a gift in your will, or from a retirement account such as an IRA. These gifts will ensure that the work you believe in will continue long after you are gone.
Making a Bequest in Your Will
To support the Goodman Institute for Public Policy in your will:
Click here for an estate intention letter for general support of the Goodman Institute for Public Policy you can fill out and give to your estate lawyer with a copy also sent to the Goodman Institute.
Click here for an estate intention letter to support a designated program or programs of the Goodman Institute for Public Policy, to fill out and give to your estate lawyer with a copy also sent to the Goodman Institute. (link “click here” to designed program estate intention letter)
Making a Bequest of Your Retirement Assets
By naming the Goodman Institute for Public Policy, tax ID number 47-2184178, 6335 W. Northwest Highway, Suite 2111, Dallas, TX 75225, as the beneficiary of a qualified retirement asset plan such as an IRA account, 401(k), 403(b), Keogh or profit-sharing pension plan (using the beneficiary designation form provided by the plan), the full value of the plan will be transferred tax-free at your death and your estate receives an estate tax charitable deduction. Please consult with your tax adviser about the tax benefits of this type of gift. Making this bequest simply requires requesting a change of beneficiary form from your plan administrator. Please return the form to your plan administrator and notify the Goodman Institute for Public Policy.