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Support WISR

WISR is a tax-exempt, non-profit educational institution with Federal 501(c)(3) status, so donations to WISR are, for most people, tax-deductible. WISR’s tuition is well-below our actual costs, and we handle our limited funds very wisely and efficiently. We very much appreciate donations from alumni and friends of WISR. Contributions help WISR to continue to thrive and to offer the distinctive, high quality programs that have been so well appreciated over the decades by our students, alumni and community friends. Donations may be earmarked for such special purposes as the occasional, and well-used, scholarship funds, or for the much-needed general institutional support.

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Contributions may be made by check, credit card or through paypal (by entering our e-mail address: mail@wisr.edu). If it is helpful to spread out a donation over time, it is easy to arrange for WISR to receive a modest monthly payment from one’s credit card. All contributions will be acknowledged with a letter of sincere thanks which can also be used for tax purposes. We also accept donations of useful computer equipment and books.

 Donate Your Car 

You can donate your car.  It’s easy,  Learn more.

Donate Stock to WISR

Gifts of Stock are also very acceptable and much appreciated.  One WISR alumnus donated 92 shares of Intel stock, which we recently sold for a bit more than $2,000.  For the next year, at least, our broker is:


Carol E. Simpson I Registered Investment Assistant
Moors & Cabot Investments
111 Devonshire St. I Boston, MA  02109
TEL  617.314.0215 I FAX  617.507.2572
csimpson@moorscabot.com I www.moorscabot.com

Carol E. Simpson I Registered Investment AssistantMoors & Cabot Investments111 Devonshire St. I Boston, MA  02109TEL  617.314.0215 I FAX  617.507.2572csimpson@moorscabot.com I www.moorscabot.com

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40th Anniversary w-out 2015

Please also Help Others Learn about WISR–to keep our student body strong.

We ask your assistance in promoting WISR and in informing more people about our degree programs and our web site. As always, we limit the monies we spend on advertising, in large part to keep tuition as affordable as possible. We hope to reach out to people who are likely to be interested in knowing more about us-whether it is to make use of the resources on our new web site, to consider the possibility of enrolling at WISR, or to tell others they know about WISR and its distinctive degree programs. We are asking you to help promote our degree programs and our web site, especially to progressive individuals and organizations, and to people and groups strongly committed to community services and development.

We very much appreciate and welcome any level of contribution, participation or support that contributes to sustaining and further developing WISR!


John Bilorusky, PhD
WISR President and Member of the Faculty