Contribute

The Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution relies on philanthropy to support all our interventions and fieldwork. Contributions help fund CRDC’s education programs, training workshops, back-channel diplomacy meetings, publication of op-eds, and other resource materials on religion in conflict.

Gifts to CRDC are received by the George Mason University Foundation and are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.


Contribute Online
Click this link and select “CRDC Operating Fund” to make your contribution. Please use the “Additional Comments” section at the very bottom of the page to add notes about which program you would like to support or email Michelle at meverson@gmu.edu.
Contribute by Check
Mail to:
Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution (CRDC)
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George Mason University
3351 N. Fairfax Dr., MS 4D3
Arlington, VA 22201

Checks should be made payable to the George Mason University Foundation. The check must be marked “For the Center for World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution (CRDC)” in the notes section in order for the funds to reach us. The check itself can only be made out to the George Mason University Foundation, and the notes section must mention only the Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution, not any specific country or cause to which you want to direct these funds. On a separate note accompanying the check, feel free to say which fund, cause, or activities you are most interested in supporting.

Funds and Endowments
CRDC invites partnerships with foundations or individuals in the creation of targeted funds and endowments that support the center’s work. Funds and endowments could support such programs and projects as the following:

  • Interfaith Fund for Women and Girls at Risk
  • Citizen Diplomacy Seminars
  • Middle East Peacebuilding
  • Cultural and Religious Sensitivity Trainings
  • Interfaith Peace and Justice Initiative
  • American Reconciliation

Funds or endowments may be named by agreement between the donor and the University. Such gifts may bear the donor’s name or be named in honor of a family member or friend. Gifts in support of the Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution may be tailored to reflect the donor’s interests and tax situation. Memorial and living tribute opportunities also can be arranged.

If you are interested in discussing targeted funds or endowments, call or email Michelle Everson at meverson@gmu.edu or 703-993-4473.