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“All of our work is made possible because of your commitment to cutting-edge research that has tangible policy impact. Your financial support helps us reduce uncertainty for decision-makers as our global network of experts works on the next set of critical over-the-horizon research issues.”

—Roy Kamphausen, NBR President

Roy Kamphausen


We deeply appreciate any contribution you can make.

General “unrestricted” gifts go to NBR’s operating fund, which provides administrative support to all of the institution’s programs. Gifts to the general operating fund provide critical long-term stability to the organization and the flexibility needed to embark upon initiatives that require immediate funding.

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We accept MasterCard, Visa, or American Express information by phone at 206.632.7370. Print our donation/pledge form and fax the form to Jennifer Li Dotson at 206.632.7487 or mail it with your check or money order made payable to NBR.

Institutional Development
The National Bureau of Asian Research
George F. Russell Jr. Hall
1414 NE 42nd Street, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98105

More Ways to Give

More Ways to Give
AUTOMATIC CONTRIBUTIONS In lieu of a one-time monetary donation, you may arrange to support NBR with a donation automatically on an annual, quarterly, monthly, or other specified basis. Please contact Institutional Development at +206.632.7370 to set up this process.
MATCHING GIFTS Many companies will match charitable donations made by their employees. Your matched gift provides twice the amount of support to NBR. If your company matches gifts, simply fill out your company form and send it to NBR with your gift.
IN-KIND CONTRIBUTIONS In-kind contributions are non-cash inputs that can be assigned a cash value for tax deduction purposes. It is possible to donate goods or services to NBR in the form of an in-kind donation. For example, individuals and corporations have donated software, legal counsel, office equipment, and other items or services to NBR.
DONATION OF SECURITIES By donating securities to NBR, you may be able to avoid the capital gains tax on such a gift. For more information and instructions on donated shares, please contact Jennifer Li Dotson at +206.632.7370.
BEQUESTS AND OTHER PLANNED GIVING Other giving possibilities to NBR include bequests through a will or estate, as well as annuities, deferred gift annuities, and trusts—most of which provide the donor with income for life, and may avoid capital gains taxes and reduce estate taxes. Please contact Jennifer Li Dotson at +206.632.7370 for more information about any of these options.
In addition to the general endowment fund, contributions may be made to any of NBR’s three named endowments. For opportunities to create new endowments, please contact Institutional Development.
Slade Gorton International Policy Center

Richard Ellings and Marta Korduba Research Fellowship Program

John M. Shalikashvili Chair in National Security Studies Endowment

Kenneth B. and Anne H.H. Pyle Center for Northeast Asian Studies Endowment

OTHER GIVING OPPORTUNITIES Jane T. Russell Award for Leadership and Service

Internships and Fellowships

Japan-U.S. Discussion Forum


2017 Financials

To remain accountable to its donors, NBR is audited annually by:

Moss Adams LLP
999 3rd Avenue, Suite 2800
Seattle, WA 98104-4019

The information shown is from the audited financial statements for January 1 to December 31, 2018.

More detailed financials are available through Guidestar.

Your contributions to The National Bureau of Asian Research are tax deductible to the extent permitted by law. NBR is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization and is publicly supported as described in 509(a)(1) of the Internal Revenue Code. NBR’s IRS identification number is 91-1444105.