Launched in 2008, the Washington, D.C.-based Hillsdale College Kirby Center does not accept federal, state, or District of Columbia funding for any purpose. The Kirby Center upholds its independence with the help of citizens and private foundations interested in the study and defense of enduring constitutional principles. Read more about the Kirby Center’s Mission.
We are grateful for the support of thousands of individuals from around the country whose financial assistance makes possible the Kirby Center Programs. Opportunities for giving include the following:
- Scholarships for Hillsdale College juniors and seniors participating in the semester-long Washington-Hillsdale Internship Program;
- Scholarships for one or more of the 18 Hillsdale College undergraduate George Washington Fellows, each of whom is dedicated to the study of statesmanship and constitutionalism;
- Support for the Madison Fellows Program, and other educational and outreach programs for senior-level congressional staff members in Washington, D.C.; and
- Support for the citizen education initiatives, including the Kirby Center Lecture Series in Washington, D.C.
There are many other ways to give, and no gift is too small. For more information about giving to the Hillsdale College Kirby Center, contact John Cervini, Vice President, Institutional Advancement by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at (517) 607-2670. Thank you!
With the teaching of Hillsdale College students its primary purpose, the Kirby Center is dedicated to the goal of re-establishing the fundamental conditions of freedom: true civic education in our schools and universities; a pride in self-government within society; and an understanding among our elected leaders of enduring constitutional principles. Your generous donations help the Kirby Center in its mission to teach the principles and practice of American constitutionalism.