FrameWorks Institute is a 501 © 3 tax-deductible organization. We welcome gifts from individuals and private foundations. We are fortunate to count many of the nation’s leading philanthropies among our sponsors. Contributors to FrameWorks can count on having a profound impact on the most pressing issues of our time, as we have a documented track record in changing the public conversation about social problems and better solutions. 

Unrestricted Gifts are used to support innovation in research methods, unsupported technical assistance to framers in the field, the publication and distribution of applied research and staff projects that lie outside the bounds of project-based grants. Be assured that your unrestricted gift will be used wisely by FrameWorks staff skilled in stretching dollars to fund social change.

Restricted Gifts should be discussed with FrameWorks leadership who can help donors identify meaningful ways to support work on specific issues, in specific geographies or with particular impacts. Contact Susan Nall Bales, Chairman, Board of Directors, to initiate a discussion.

The  Page Wilson Lecture Series on Framing Social Justice has been established by the Bales Family Foundation to be administered by FrameWorks Institute, of which Wilson was a founding trustee.

Page Wilson
Page Wilson (R) at a FrameWorks book party in her honor April 2016.

The annual lecture  will provide a public forum for explanation and discussion of innovative ways of framing issues to advance the cause of social justice. Initiated by a grant from the Bales Family Foundation, individual and philanthropic contributions to extend and expand the program are welcomed.  All contributors will be listed in the annual program and are fully tax-deductible.  

Checks should be made payable to FrameWorks Institute with the notation Page Wilson Lecture Series restricted gift and sent c/o FrameWorks Institute, 1333 H Street, N.W., Suite 700 West, Washington, D.C. 20005.