Support

Our registration fees don't approach covering the costs of producing our conference!

Renting the conference facilities in Manhattan, maintaining a complex website, promoting the event, producing the 100 page program guide, providing audio/video equipment, coordinating hundreds of volunteers and up to 1,000 speakers -- all require funds that we rely entirely on you for.  We ask that you donate generously to Left Forum. 

Left Forum is A 501(c)(3) contributions are tax-deductable. We appreciate any fundraising suggestions you can offer.

Donations at every level are more than welcome, a contribution of  $50 or $100 is immeasurably helpful.

As premiums for contributions we offer upon request free passes: For $150.00 you can receive one free pass for $250.00 or more you can receive two free passes to Left Forum 2018. Send name and email of the person(s) who will use that free pass to register@leftforum.org. The person you want to get registered should receive a confirmation email.

There are three donation options:

  1. Use Credit/Debit Card and start below
  2. Donation through the CUNY Graduate Center Foundation (save Left Forum the service fee), Click here: Donate via CUNY GC Foundation. On the next page which display after you clicked that link pull the drop down menu in the field called "Designation" and select "Global Left Dialogues".
  3. Making out a check to 'CUNY Foundation' (writing, 'Left Forum' in the memo line) and mail it to: Left Forum c/o Department of Sociology CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Ave., New York, NY 10016 
 
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Your recurring contribution will be processed automatically. You can specify the number of installments, or you can leave the number of installments blank if you want to make an open-ended commitment. In either case, you can choose to cancel at any time. You will receive an email receipt for each recurring contribution.
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