Like any student-run publication, The Stanford Review needs a lot of support to stay in business. Thankfully, The Review is currently blessed with a strong and generous network of supporters. However, publication costs are always rising--as are the aspirations of our writers and staff. Accordingly, The Review offers a variety of ways in which people can help us continue to encourage intellectual diversity and provide important news on the Stanford campus. Several ways in which you can help us are enumerated below. Donations are tax-deductable.
The Stanford Review uses PayPal to process online donations. If you donate $75 or more, you will receive a full year subscription to The Review. Click the icon below or the link above to proceed to the PayPal website and donate to The Stanford Review--and get your subscription (if you donate $75 or more)--in a matter of minutes. Donations are tax-deductable.
Recently, The Stanford Review debuted a new program that allows supporters to donate stock holdings to The Review through a simple online system, run by AssetStream. By donating securities, you can avoid paying capital gains taxes and still receive a charitable income tax deduction. Click on the above link or the icon below to start the process!
Click on the link above to print a donation form or just mail your name, address, and donation (checks should be made to "The Stanford Review") to The Stanford Review, P.O. Box 20222, Stanford, CA, 94309. Remember--you will receive a year subscription if you donate more than $75. Donations, as always, are tax-deductable.
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