Contributions

Wish to contribute to The Wabash Commentary and support our cause? There are a variety of ways to help The Wabash Commentary remain an independent forum that promotes an open and rigorous exchange of ideas and critical thought at Wabash college.

Subscriptions

To become a subscriber and receive our magazine, please make a donation for a life-time subscription.

Note

The Foundation for a Traditional Wabash is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization recognized by the IRS. Donations to FTW are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Online Donation

Use our donation link to make a contribution online with a Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express, JCB, and Diners Club International.

 

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Check

Please make checks payable to the “Foundation for a Traditional Wabash,” and mail to:

The Wabash Commentary

P.O. Box 851

Crawfordsville, IN, 47933-0851

If you wish to support a specific aspect of our mission (speaker events, printing and publishing cost, or campus activities such as our book club) or if you wish to make an honorarium, please indicate so in the comments section of our donation link, or send us a letter.

Various functions of The Wabash Commentary to contribute to:

Speakers The Wabash Commentary has hosted a variety of influential and controversial figures at Wabash College; from well-known thinkers like Robert D. Novak and William F. Buckley, Jr., to contemporaries such as James O’Keefe. If you have a specific speaker in mind, please suggest a speaker in the comments section of our “contribute” link and TWC will take it into careful consideration.

Printing and Publishing — As you can imagine, printing, publishing, and distribution costs can be hefty.  [TA1] By supporting our operations, you can help us in our commitment to produce a quality magazine for Wabash and her community.

Campus Activities — In addition to hosting speakers and the production of our magazine, The Wabash Commentary hosts a variety of campus activities contributing to the intellectual life of the Wabash community, and the students therein. Recently, we have organized a weekly book club, where students are exposed to figures routinely ignored by faculty. We have hosted book clubs on authors such as Oscar Wilde. If you have any suggestions, please let us know and TWC will take it into careful consideration.