Rights and Freedom donation page

Thank you for signing up for the Rights and Freedoms course!

A confirmation email with instructions on how to access the first session on the Bill of Rights is on its way to your inbox.

But before you go… Would you consider something?

This course is free for you to access because of the generous donors who support the mission of Belmont Abbey College. Their acts of charity provide the necessary resources to produce, promote, and offer educational resources like this one today.

By making a gift to Belmont Abbey College, you too can help safeguard the essential, Judeo-Christian roots of American society. 

Understanding rights and freedoms is not just an academic pursuit; it’s essential for a harmonious and just society. Yet, without the support of compassionate individuals like you, many eager learners could be deprived of this valuable knowledge. Belmont Abbey College strives to educate students about these vital concepts, guided by the rich Catholic and Benedictine traditions that have shaped our institution since 1876.

Today, we stand as committed to serving our students, region, nation, and Church as the founding monks did when they started forming the bricks for our first buildings nearly 150 years ago.

Will you help preserve our nation’s rights and freedoms by making a tax-deductible donation to Belmont Abbey College today?

Your gift today will be used to:

  • Supporting Educational Initiatives: Your donation will directly fund educational programs like the “Rights and Freedoms” course, enabling us to continue offering enriching opportunities for intellectual growth.
  • Community Engagement: We’ll allocate funds to foster a supportive learning community, offering resources for student-led initiatives, clubs, and events that promote dialogue and understanding of rights and freedoms.
  • Research and Innovation: Your contribution will support research endeavors that explore pressing social issues related to rights and freedoms, driving innovation and advancing knowledge in these critical areas.
  • Faculty Development: We’ll support our dedicated faculty with professional development resources, ensuring they can continue delivering exceptional educational experiences.

And with your gift of $100 or more today, we’d like to send you a signed copy of John Fisher and Thomas More: Keeping Their Souls While Losing Their Heads by Robert J. Conrad, Jr., which retells the narratives of Bishop John Fisher and Thomas More, both executed by King Henry VIII. According to Conrad, rather than being staunch adherents of their own desires, More and Fisher were devoted servants of the true God, guided by His Word and the Church. Their mutual belief centered on the notion that God embodied truth, with His Church serving as a beacon of truthfulness.

We would love to send it to you as a token of our appreciation for your generosity today.