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Center for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality

The Partners of the Center

The work of the Center for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality is fundamentally about innovation and collaboration, and our primary collaborations are with those in the communities we serve.

As a Partner of the Center, you provide crucial support for those collaborations. From undergraduate research to visiting scholars, from cutting edge faculty publications to training tomorrow's leading thinkers, your support makes possible a broad array of projects that enrich the Rice University campus, the city of Houston, and beyond. By becoming a Partner of the Center, you make an investment in the ability of future generations to understand the place of gender and sexuality in an increasingly complex world.

Please see the chart below for more on the benefits of becoming a Partner.

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Alternate Ways to Join:
To join by mail, please make your check payable to Rice University, be sure to provide your name and preferred contact information, and send it to:

Partners of the Center
Rice University
6100 Main Street
Houston, TX 77251-1892

To join by phone, call Angela Wren Wall at (713) 348-5784 or Brian Riedel at (713) 348-2162.

Automatic Renewal Option: 
Convenient ongoing annual renewal options are available on line, by mail, and over the phone.

Term of Partnership:
The Partners of the Center Renewal Event occurs in the fall of each year. Donations received July 1 through December 31 are credited for the calendar year following the donation. Donations received January 1 through June 30 are credited for that calendar year.
Matching Contributions:
Employees of a corporation with a corporate matching gifts program will receive membership credit for the total amount of the combined contributions. Please consult with your company's personnel department to obtain the proper matching form. 
Tax Deductions:
Rice University is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Under IRS Guidelines, the fair market value (FMV) of any benefits received by you is not substantial; therefore, the full amount of your personal gift is a deductible contribution.