Contributions from individual Members and Donors can provide free admission for students, complimentary field trip planning materials for teachers, and help us to continue to integrate our online resources into all of our public programs and educational materials.

Your gift supports our interactive exhibits and constitutional education programs for all ages including:

THE INTERACTIVE CONSTITUTION a FREE online tool that delivers scholarship from top constitutional experts right to your computer or mobile device. It allows users to explore the history behind each article, section, and amendment of the U.S. Constitution up to the present day. The nonpartisan foundation and ideologically balanced opinions help students and learners of all ages to have informed, respectful, up-to-date discussion and debate about the U.S. Constitution.

YOUNG CITIZENS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM provides free or reduced admission and transportation for under-resourced schools. Through this scholarship program, more than 10,000 students every year from the Delaware Valley and across the country are able to visit the National Constitution Center.

AMERICA’S TOWN HALL unites thought leaders from across the ideological spectrum for live debates, panel discussions, book talks, and our acclaimed We the People podcasts on the constitutional issues at the center of American life.

CONSTITUTIONAL RESOURCES FOR THE CLASSROOM a rich array of relevant, balanced classroom resources about fundamental constitutional concepts. New lesson plans will include Instructional Modules on the Rule of Law, Federalism, and the Separation of Powers. Teacher Workshops equip teachers nationwide with the knowledge, pedagogy, and resources to provide relevant constitutional instruction today, and bring the balanced, trusted content of the Interactive Constitution to students from middle school through high school and beyond.

POLICING IN A MORE PERFECT UNION trains police recruits and in-service officers on the rights and responsibilities enumerated in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. The training includes a session that brings together police and high school students for candid conversation on policing, the Constitution, and police-community relations.

Become a Member or make your gift today to support conversation that is always rigorous- yet always respectful- about the Constitution and its impact on our lives.

For more information on membership and giving opportunities including matching gifts, stock gifts, and planned gifts, view our Ways to Give guide or contact Rebecca Bolden, Senior Director of Individual Giving at 215-409-6741 or [email protected].

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