Support Our Mission
LEX is very grateful for the generous financial support of LEX members, alumni, and friends!
LEX is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and your contribution is fully deductible to the extent allowed by law. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation in support of LEX Language Project or scholarships supporting language club membership or international exchange programs, please contact our offices or use the links below to make a secure payment with Paypal, or via our Facebook page or Guidestar.
Thank you for supporting our mission!
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Unrestricted donations help LEX Language Project grow as a community and allow us to innovate as an organization. Whether it's to expand our language club offerings, discover new ways to improve the resources available to our members, or sponsor new community events, any contribution is immensely helpful
LEX offers need-based scholarships for membership in LEX Language Project, as well as to support members and friends in their international explorations.
Providing access to LEX Language Project for those who wouldn't otherwise be able to participate. Click here for more information.
Harold H. Brown "Brownie" Global Exchange Scholarship
Promoting international understanding by helping members of LEX, our partner organizations, and the general public to participate in international exchange programs and internships. Click here for details.
LEX Joint Research Project on Multilingualism and the Brain
Please donate to support our Joint Research Project on Multilingualism and the Brain, conducted by Dr Suzanne Flynn of MIT and Dr. Kuni Sakai of the University of Tokyo. More details here.