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Thank you for considering a donation to the American Monetary Institute!

Your generous financial contributions are what keep us going. This type of support inspires us to do everything possible to educate citizens and lawmakers about the problems with our money system and how it can be fixed. We feel a strong sense of partnership with our donors and hope you will join in our mission of reforming our money system to the betterment of all society.

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Thank you for your support in helping AMI with our mission to reform the money system. Your help will allow us to continue educating our citizens and lawmakers on the need to establish an honest system that helps create a nation of peace, prosperity, and justice.


 

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American Monetary Institute
PO Box 601
Valatie, NY 12184

 

Attend the 2017 AMI Conference and or purchase 2016 Conference external drive:

The Institute sponsors an annual Monetary Reform Conference in Chicago in late September (2017 Conference dates: September 14th-17th at the University Center in the downtown area). Conference scholarships are offered to worthy students and teachers.

Registration discounts are available until July 18, 2017.

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Please call or e-mail us if you need help signing up or have  further questions!

(224)805-2200               ami@taconic.net

 

The American Monetary Institute Charitable Trust is recognized by the IRS as a tax exempt publicly supported charity – a 501(c)3 organization. AMI accepts donations of money, property and services. Become a Supporting Member of the AMI by contributing $48 or $75 per year (or choose your own comfort level).  In addition to the normal tax deduction for their donations, donors at the $75 level may receive a copy of The Lost Science of Money book as a gift in appreciation of their support.

AMI also seeks grants for various studies from other foundations; particularly for research promoting a more fair and efficient functioning of government through rational monetary policies.