Does The Imaginative Conservative matter to you? In your abundance of reading options, do we make the cut? Have we inspired you? Have we vexed you? Have we piqued your interest in something? Have you laughed with us?
If the answer to any of those questions for you is yes, then we’re thrilled. The Imaginative Conservative doesn’t exist to proselytize, provide an echo chamber, or back you up in Facebook comment wars. We want to help conversation and community happen through the joyful consumption of great ideas. The path may be littered with paradoxes, permanent problems, and maybe a curmudgeon or two—given human nature, that’s probably a sign we’re on the right path— but we’re glad to be on it with you.
We know that you read many appeals for your financial support, but we hope that The Imaginative Conservative means enough to you that we are at the top of your giving list. Like most people, we’re always happy to accept large (or small) contributions.
Will you join us in this important mission by making a contribution today?
For your consideration:
PILLAR: $25,000 and higher
The above levels of support may be made annually or in monthly contributions. Donors giving $500 or more receive an Imaginative Conservative coffee mug, and the American Cause by Russell Kirk, plus special invitations to our events.
$10/month or $120 one-time donation: a subscription to The Imaginative Conservative Newsletter.
The Imaginative Conservative is sponsored by The Free Enterprise Institute. Your donation to the Institute in support of The Imaginative Conservative is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law (by mail: 9600 Long Point Rd., Suite 300, Houston, TX, 77055).
The featured image is “Singing Boy With Flute” by Frans Hals (c. 1582 – 1666), and is in the public domain, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.