Make a tax-deductible donation today!
Your financial contribution directly supports the Alice Paul Institute’s efforts to get the ERA ratified. Your donation will:
Financially support the annual fees and maintenance of this website.
Support the manufacture and production of ERA-related posters, postcards, buttons, stickers, and other items that are given away for free at events to advocates for the ERA.
Support the creation of free public events to bring awareness and provide information about the history and important of the ERA.
All donors will receive a letter for use when filing their taxes.
Questions? Please contact the Alice Paul Institute via email at info@AlicePaul.org or by callling (856) 231-1885.
The Alice Paul Institute, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation based at Paulsdale in Mount Laurel, NJ, was established in 1984 as the Alice Paul Centennial Foundation. The founding group of dedicated volunteers kept Alice Paul’s papers intact after her death by raising funds to purchase them at auction and donating them to the Smithsonian Institution and the Schlesinger Library at Radcliffe College. They then took on the monumental challenge of buying and preserving Paulsdale, Alice Paul's birthplace, which became a National Historic Landmark in 1991. The API's principal mission is to increase public awareness of the life and work of Alice Paul (1885-1977), woman suffrage leader and author of the Equal Rights Amendment. The organization also promotes gender equality through educational programs and the development and empowerment of young women leaders.