Help Us Fund this Next Chapter
National Review Institute and National Review magazine’s new office space at 19 West 44th Street houses several shared flexible workspaces, all of which meet specific needs of both NR Inc. and the 501(c)(3) non-profit Institute. With a modern conference room, a flexible event space, a professional podcast studio, and a central location in Midtown Manhattan, this space truly befits our enterprise as a modern publication and a 21st century journalistic think tank. As an homage to our esteemed founder, we have set up eight custom built display cases throughout the space to highlight William F. Buckley Jr.’s legacy as the founder of National Review and his consequential impact upon American conservatism.
Our office space also offers several opportunities for our closest friends and most loyal supporters to be honored by making special gifts to NRI. There are several sponsorship and naming opportunities available. If interested in learning more about how you might make a special gift and for more information about naming opportunities, please contact Alexandra Rosenberg at email@example.com or 212.849.2858.
- Named Room or Office with special gift of $100,000 or more (above current level of support) – 5 opportunities at this level.
- Named William F. Buckley Jr. / NR History Book Display Cases with a two year pledge of $50,000 each year ($100,000 total) – 8 opportunities at this level.
- Gifts of $2,500 or more toward NRI’s Office Campaign will be recognized on a special plaque in reception area – unlimited opportunities to give at this level.
We welcome donations of any size towards this new space. This new space provides us with opportunities to host more gatherings of our friends and supporters, and we’ve completely restocked the kitchen with all of the supplies necessary for hosting you. These little things mean a lot, and a gift towards their purchase would be greatly appreciated. Donate here.
National Review Institute is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), journalistic think tank, established to advance the conservative principles William F. Buckley Jr. championed, and complement the mission of National Review magazine by supporting and promoting NR’s best talent. All contributions to it are deductible for income, gift, and estate tax purposes. EIN# 13-3649537