Inside-Out does not receive funding from Temple University or any government entities. We rely on foundation grants and, increasingly, individual donors. Please considering making a one-time or recurring donation to Inside-Out.
How does my gift make a difference?
A $30 GIFT
$2.50 per month
Supports the creation of public relations materials to develop partnerships with new correctional facilities.
A $60 GIFT
$5 per month
Resources efforts to collect up-to-date instructor information to share with the network and the public at large.
A $120 GIFT
$10 per month
Helps us to share stories from the international network via podcast, our website, and social media.
A $480 GIFT
$40 per month
Supports the development of an online resource collection for trained instructors, including curricula, instructor handbooks, syllabi, and other teaching and organizational materials.
A $1200 GIFT
$100 per month
Assists with recruitment of new educators to get trained and reach students in areas without Inside-Out programming.
A $2400 GIFT
$200 per month
Supports the training of a new Inside-Out Training co-facilitator.
You can contribute in two ways:
To make a one-time or recurring donation, click on the “MAKE YOUR CONTRIBUTION” button on the right side of this page or visit giving.temple.edu/insideout.Check:
Send a check made out to TEMPLE UNIVERSITY (with "Inside-Out – P9894" in the memo line – this is VERY IMPORTANT, to ensure that it is dispersed to the Inside-Out Center) to the following address:
CLA Development and Alumni Relations
1114 Polett Walk, 12th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Your donation is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. You will be provided with a receipt and letter of thanks from both Temple University and The Inside-Out Center.
For a list of previous donations and foundation grants, click HERE.
You may also designate your gift as a tribute in memory or in honor of someone. Below are two individuals who have made a big impact on the world through Inside-Out. If paying by check, you can note the tribute on the memo line.