To be able to fulfill our mission, SPSP relies on your donations to support our students, researchers, and professionals to further our field. You can support our mission and make a gift to one of our many initiatives below, such as empowering people of color through our Diversity Fund, sponsoring research of students from low-socioeconomic backgrounds, or honoring esteemed colleagues through our Heritage Society.
For all questions or concerns, please contact the SPSP Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual Campaign: International Awards
SPSP designates a particular program yearly to fundraise for that may not already have a designated fund. This helps to offset expenses and provide additional support for our members.
SPSP offers two international focused awards which you can donate to today. The International Travel/Registration Award which provides funds to offset the cost of atteneding the Annual Convention and the International Bridge-Building Award which serves as an incubator for testing creative ideas to help build connections and communication across the world.
Make a compassionate gift to diversify the field of Personality and Social Psychology. Diversity Awards are given so that students of color, first generation college students, LGBT+ students, and students with a disability may attend our annual convention.
To learn more about the students our Diversity Awards support, please read their stories on our Diversity Fund page. If you are interested in applying for an award, please check out the Diversity Awards FAQ page.
Graduate Travel Award
Provide the opportunity for graduate students to travel to our annual convention, many of whom would be unable to present their research and network with crucial experts without your support.
To learn more about the students our Travel Awards support, please read their stories on our Travel Awards page. If you are interested in applying, please check out the Graduate Travel Award FAQ page.
Graduate Student Training
Support the education of 100 pre-doctoral students attend a two-week intensive summer research internship to further their education. This is a life changing program that allows students to not only collaborate with one another, but make lifelong connections with experts and expand their understanding of Personality and Social Psychology.
Make a gift to honor our discipline’s most distinguished and renowned colleagues, teachers, researchers, and mentors. You may learn more about honoring an individual on our Heritage Initiative page or read about past honorees on our Heritage Wall of Fame.
Jenessa Shapiro Diversity Fund
This fund was named in memory of UCLA professor Jenessa Shapiro, who thought it was extremely important to promote diversity and inclusion in her lab, at the university, and in the field more generally.
Make a gift to support the Jenessa Shapiro Award for Contributions to Diversity and the Jenessa Shapiro Graduate Research Award.
Directed by our leadership, the society, and most importantly, you, the Priority Fund focuses on our goals for the society across the board. The Priority Fund directs attention to sustaining our field’s most cherished programs, such as:
- Hosting webinars on cutting edge topics to keep your current in the field
- Bringing together diverse and underrepresented groups of people through our Community Catalyst Grants
- Offering research and conference grants to members with limited institutional resources
Support our field as we engage public officials about the importance of our science in Personality and Social Psychology. We maintain working relationships with Capitol Hill, U.S. Senators, and other crucial public officials through our dedicated Government Relations Committee. You may read more about the public officials we work with through our Outreach and Advocacy page.
The Society for Personality and Social Psychology is a non-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization and all donations are tax-deductible as by law. Our Tax ID Number is: 59-1667323.
For more information about giving to SPSP, please contact:
SPSP Executive Director
The Society for Personality and Social Psychology
1120 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite 280
Washington, DC 20036