Ways to Donate
If you would like to make a one-time or recurring donation through the secure Georgetown Giving website here. Select “Other” as the designation. Then, fill in “Tocqueville Forum” in the blank field below.
Donate by Check
If you would prefer to make a donation to the Tocqueville Forum on the Roots of the American Democracy by check, make it payable to "Georgetown University." In the memo line of the check, please write "Tocqueville Forum."
Please mail the check to the address below:
Tocqueville Forum c/o Dr. Thomas Kerch
671 Intercultural Center
Washington, DC 20057
About Matching Gifts
If your company or organization would like to make a matching gift to the Tocqueville Forum, please send your donation along with the matching donation form from your company or organization, designating it to Georgetown University: Tocqueville Forum. The Georgetown University Office of Advancement can send you a receipt to provide proof of our 501c3 status; call the Office at (202) 687-4111.
The Tocqueville Forum provides a wonderful opportunity to discuss seriously the past, present, and future of the American polity. Besides being intellectually stimulating, the Forum is a place of collegiality, of friendship. It truly is a tight-knit community inside of the Georgetown community at large.
- Mike Budzinski, COL ’14, Government and Portuguese
I am drawn to the Tocqueville Forum because it is an outlet for me to learn even more about how America came to be as it is today with people who are interested in the same ideas. Academic classes can only cover so much material. The Tocqueville Forum supplements what I learn in the classroom with applicable speakers and other forums of discussion. All of the Student Fellows participate because they want to participate, making the experience that much richer.
- Laura Higbee, COL ’15
The Tocqueville Forum has not only ignited my intellectual curiosity where the university has failed, but it has also brought me together with so many amazing and driven peers looking for something more than what they get in the classroom.
- Kevin Sullivan, SFS ’14, Government