You can make an immediate difference through an online contribution today - we use a secure donation processing service that accepts Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and American Express. Information is only used for transactions and will not be shared with any other party.
When you make a matching gift, you can double or triple the impact of your contribution. Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match charitable contributions made by their employees. Ask your human resources department about your company's matching gift policy. Some companies also match gifts made by retirees and/or spouses. Please contact Colleen McElligott for more information.
The Einstein Circle
Einstein Circle members are donors who annually make leadership gifts of $1,000 or more to the Bulletin. Members experience access to special briefings, exclusive invitations, personalized communications and much more. If you are interested in joining or would like more information about the Einstein Circle membership, call us at (773) 834-2308 to speak with our Gift Officer.
Giving By Mail
If you prefer to mail in your gift, please make a check out to “Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists" and mail to:
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
PO Box 15461
1510 E. 55th Street
Chicago, IL 60615-2598
Create Your Legacy Through a Planned Gift
Charitable gifts help you meet your current philanthropic goals and extend your generosity well into the future. You can make a significant impact through a gift that costs nothing in your lifetime (through a charitable bequest under your will). Contact Colleen McElligott, Development Director, at (773) 834.2308. See donor story for more information.
Through an IRA Charitable Rollover
The IRA charitable rollover works like this: once you reach 70 ½, you can make up to $100,000 a year in gifts to charity directly from your IRA. Those gifts count towards the required minimum distributions you must take annually from your traditional IRAs, but aren’t included in your adjusted gross income. Of course, since the gifts aren’t counted in your income, you cannot claim an itemized charitable deduction for them. Please discuss this with your financial advisor or IRA administrator.