Transforming the lives of children, adolescents, and young adults by helping them to learn HOW to learn.
Teaching students to learn HOW to learn is at the very heart of all we do. And nowhere is that more important than in underserved communities where students are disadvantaged by a lack of resources, outdated technology, and often challenging living conditions. These students deserve better, and with your gift, ResearchILD can be part of the solution.
- Make a donation today and give teachers the tools they need to teach executive function strategies.
- Make a donation today and give deserving students the opportunity to succeed in school, and in life.
Thank you for your support.
Research Institute for Learning and Development is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization and your donation is tax-deductible within the guidelines of U.S. law. Please retain your email donation receipt as your official record. It will be sent to you by PayPal (our payment processing partner) upon completion of your donation.
Other Ways to Give
Donate by Phone or Check
To donate by phone, contact Ellen Eisner at 781-861-3711.
To donate by check, make your check payable to “ResearchILD” and mail it to:
4 Militia Drive, Suite 20
Lexington, MA 02421
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Gifts of Appreciated Securities
ResearchILD accepts gifts of securities. These gifts are tax-advantageous to the donor if the stock has increased in value since it was purchased (more than a year earlier). The donor can take a charitable deduction for the stock’s fair market value on the day it is gifted, and will also avoid capital gains taxes on the increase in value over time. We recommend you contact your financial advisor or family attorney to decide if this type of donation is right for you.