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Thank you for your generous support of the Center. Your partnership with our team is vital to our success.
Building knowledge, catalyzing new thinking, advancing understanding about the roots of conflict and the routes toward peace — these are the Center’s priorities. Your gift — whether $10, $100, $1,000 or more — is deeply appreciated and helps provide unique student opportunities, bring innovative scholars, writers and practitioners to campus, and connect researchers across campus, across the nation, and around the world.
Together, our potential is limitless.
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Your gift is an investment in the future of the Center, and we are grateful for your generosity. Your partnership with our team makes our community programming and student opportunities possible.
Spirituality and Public Life Fund
Your support for this fund helps to create transformative and innovative ways to share knowledge related to spirituality and its place in public life among our communities.
To contribute by mail, please send a check payable to "ASU Foundation/CSRC" to:
Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict
c/o Brittany Martin
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
PO Box 872401
Tempe, AZ 85287-2407
All funds will be deposited with the ASU Foundation for a New American University, a nonprofit organization that exists to support Arizona State University (ASU). Gifts in support of ASU are subject to foundation policies and fees. Your gift may be considered a charitable contribution. Please consult your tax advisor regarding the deductibility of charitable contributions.
Annual contributions to the Center may be acknowledged in our publications, including our annual report, newsletters and website. If you do not want your name to be published, please let us know.
Your support: Gives students invaluable experience
With a Center scholarship, geography and political science major Margaret Tucker traveled to Azerbaijan to work with experts on cartography, cultural geography, and longstanding religious and ethnic disputes
Your support: Launches new initiatives
With donor support, the Center established the Hardt-Nickachos Chair in Peace Studies, bringing Yasmin Saikia to ASU to create new courses, research, and networks to reimagine peace studies for the 21st century