James Randi Educational Foundation

Update: Double your gift through January 15, 2012. Thanks to a very generous and long-time friend of the JREF, one who recognizes that we are uniquely positioned to respond to harmful claims made by peddlers of woo-woo in our society, all donations up to $150,000 will be matched – dollar-for-dollar! Won't you help us fight the fakers and take advantage of this wonderful offer to double your gift?

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The James Randi Educational Foundation invites you to give during our annual Season of Reason fundraising campaign. Over half of our annual support comes in during this critical year-end period and we couldn't continue our operations without it. 

This year, we’re asking you to help us raise $220,000 to support the further development of our grassroots and educational programs that will be the backbone of the JREF’s work in 2012. Such support helps the JREF to continue to extend the important work of James Randi, influential skeptic and social critic who has for decades stood against the prevailing cults of nonsense and supernatural charlatans of every stripe.

Every dollar counts! Your gift enables us to continue our important work of exposing charlatans, encouraging critical thinking and educating the public. To make a tax-deductible donation to the JREF right now, please fill out and submit the form below.

To make a gift by mail, send your check made out to James Randi Educational Foundation to 7095 Hollywood Boulevard, No. 1170, Los Angeles, CA 90028. To make a gift by phone call (703) 226-3792.

Season of Reason Ornament

Our Gift to You

Make a one-time donation of $100 or more or a monthly donation of $25 or more during the Season of Reason campaign and you will receive this limited-edition, hand-made, three-inch ceramic ornament by Surly-Ramics. Surly-Ramics have long been a popular fashion staple of the skeptical community, and we are both proud and honored to have this special three inch diameter ornament available to a limited number of our supporters this year. The design on the 2011 Season of Reason ornament is James Randi as "SkeptiClaus" based on a popular photo taken at The Amazing Meeting 2011 (Photo by Ingrid Laas). Randi enjoyed the design immensely.

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