Our Money Story
Why financially support the Monroe Institute?
Everyday, millions of people around the world seek to feel joy, connect to loved ones, reduce their stress and to live their lives to the fullest. The Monroe Institute is on a mission to make that possible.
What does it truly take, financially, to be a world-renowned nonprofit education & research institute?
Nearly $2.5 million annually. This covers ongoing research, program development and new digital initiatives like our Expand app, LIVE events, and free meditations.
Everyday we work towards developing new ways to make our programs and guided meditations available to as many people possible, around the world.
That’s where you come in!
With your partnership and financial contributions we are already reaching more people through residential retreats, virtual and online courses, live events, free meditations and our new Expand app.
For each residential and virtual retreat we deliver, the hard costs, of that course are covered by the course fees.
What’s not covered, is the cost of maintaining our beautiful campus, helping you with registrations, archiving our history, program development, and the communication tools we use (website, blogs, free meditations, webinars etc.) to expand our reach around the world.
Your contribution keeps Robert A. Monroe’s legacy alive, fresh and accessible.
With your support we design and deliver residential and online programs in 17 countries with a coordinated curriculum, expert trainers, and the most sophisticated audio technology available today.
It is passionate consciousness explorers like you that ensure the continued global awakening of human consciousness.
Ways to Give
- Give monthly: Join the Consciousness Connection
- Single Online Contribution
- Donor Advised Funds
- Employer and Workplace Giving
- Estate Planning
- Memorial or Tribute Gifts
- IRA Gifts
- Stock Gifts
- Amazon Smile
The Monroe Institute, 365 Roberts Mountain Road, Faber, Virginia 22938 USA
Tax ID# 90-0681223
The Monroe Institute is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. All financial contributions to the Monroe Institute are considered tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.