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A gift to the Jung Society of Washington ensures that there will always be a place to foster creativity, build stronger communities, and learn to navigate life in healthy ways. There are many meaningful ways to give to the Jung Society.

Annual Fund

Annual Fund gifts are critical to supporting the needs of the Jung Society of Washington. These unrestricted gifts help cover the costs of providing educational and outreach programs, updating both our physical and online space, as well as helping the Jung Society provide continuing education for the human spirit for students of all ages and walks of life.


Appreciation | $1 - $49 

A heart-felt Thank You note 

Synchronicity | $50 - $149 

All Appreciation benefits, plus:

Recognition on our Donor Wall 

Anima | $150 - $249 

All Synchronicity benefits, plus:

One guest pass for any one lecture to be used within one year

Mandala | $250 - $499

All Synchronicity benefits, plus:

Two guest passes for any one lecture to be used within one year 


Donors who wish to support the Jung Society with gifts of $500 or more become part of the Temenos Circle, a special group of donors who believe in the Society’s lively contributions to intellectual life, deep connection to community, and commitment to the arts. Temenos Circle donors automatically receive all Individual Membership benefits. 

If you choose, you can designate exactly how your gift will be used when you make a donation.

Temenos Circle Associate | $500 – $999

Temenos Circle Fellow | $1000 - $2,499

Temenos Circle Ambassador | $2,500– $4,999

Temenos Circle Benefactor | $5,000 & above


Corporate Support

Become a part of the generous corporate community that supports The Jung Society of Washington. Companies of all sizes can underwrite a class or lecture that furthers team building, communication, or creativity. Please contact our development office to discuss the possibilities.

Matching Gifts

Matching gift programs offer to increase the value of an individual charitable donation. Please ask your employer if they participate in corporate gift matching.

Program Underwriting

The Society depends on vital partnerships to provide its innovative programming. Underwrite the cost of a class, workshop, or lecture that specifically speaks to you. You or your organization will be recognized in The Jung Society’s event signage. Program underwriting donations start at $500.

Planned Giving

Contribute to The Jung Society’s future by planning a special gift. While cash contributions are appreciated, there are many flexible options that can benefit you and the Society. Please inquire with our development office to discuss including the Jung Society in a charitable trust or your will.

Memorial and Tribute Gifts

Gifts to the Jung Society are a wonderful way to honor significant people, commemorate special occasions, or remember a loved one. The Jung Society will send a letter acknowledging your gift to the recipient or their family.


2 Easy Ways to Make Your Donation

Click HERE to donate through our website. 

By Check
Make your check payable to the Jung Society of Washington

Mail it to: 

The Jung Society of Washington

5200 Cathedral Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20016

The Jung Society of Washington is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and your donations may qualify for a charitable deduction. Any undesignated funds will default to the Annual Fund.


5200 Cathedral Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20016


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The Jung Society of Washington is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, a nonprofit educational institution. Our IRS form 990 is available upon request. Although many of the Jung Society's programs involve analytical psychology and allied subjects, these offerings are intended, and should be viewed, as a source of information and education, and not as therapy. The Jung Society does not offer psychoanalytical or other mental health services.
Images of mandalas throughout this site were created by Carl Jung's patients between the years 1926 and 1945.
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