Celebrating ten years of productive partisanship.

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We can’t do this work alone.

The Bipartisan Policy Center is a recognized leader in bringing together all sides—regardless of party affiliation or political viewpoint—to tackle the critical challenges facing our nation.

Over the past 10 years, our approach of rigorous analysis, painstaking negotiation, and aggressive advocacy has delivered bipartisan solutions to issues that affect all Americans including the economy, health care, energy, immigration, infrastructure, and national security.

BPC’s time-tested approach for producing impactful policy depends on the willingness of people to find common ground for the public good—as well as the generosity of our supporters. We refer to our supporters—individuals, corporations, and foundations—as donor partners, because they share our passion for good policy and our unwavering belief that government can work for all Americans.

Join us in finding actionable solutions to America’s toughest challenges.

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Get Involved

By contributing to the Bipartisan Policy Center, you continue the mission of embracing and engaging our differences in the pursuit of innovative and broadly acceptable policy. BPC has multiple opportunities for individuals, corporations, and foundations to be actively engaged within our organization. Those who are interested in more focused areas of BPC’s research can support specific projects or join one of our membership councils.

For more information about these opportunities, please contact a staff person below.

Kurt Redenbo
Senior Director, Foundation Relations

Richard Rodero
Senior Director, Corporate Relations

Ann Schumacher
Senior Director, Development Operations

Gina Steinway
Senior Director, Individual and Major Gifts

The Bipartisan Policy Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all contributions are fully deductible within the limits of the law.