There are a variety of ways you can support INPEA, its mission and its schools. If you are a passionate supporter of non-public schools and would like to support INPEA’s advocacy, consultation or professional development efforts, you can support our operations by donating to INPEA’s Annual Fund Program.
Also, as a way to celebrate our past and strengthen our future, we’re giving birth to a new entity, “Friends of INPEA”. For years, INPEA member schools have affirmed the important role the organization plays for their schools, but now the value of engaging other non-public school supporters in the work of the organization must become a priority. If you’re interested in becoming a “Friend” of INPEA, please fill out this form. We’d love to recognize you!
You can make your check payable to INPEA and submit it the address below.
1400 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
You may also make an online donation through PayPal.
The 2019-2020 school year has been a crazy, but productive, year for INPEA! We take our job as being the “Hoosier Voice for Quality Schools” very seriously, so we wanted to share with you all the good things happening for non-public schools during this past year and where your support has helped us achieve our goals. Take a look at our annual report and join in our movement to keep the ball moving for our schools during the 2020-2021 school year!
If you are a business, corporation or organization that works with schools and you would like to become an INPEA business partner, please read about our business partners program and contact us to discuss the many benefits of this affiliation.
You can also be a sponsor or exhibitor at one of INPEA’s professional development conferences. For more information on this opportunity, visit the conference section of this website.
You can also join the “INPEA voice” by supporting INPEA’s legislative advocacy by contacting your state and federal elected officials to voice your support for non-public school issues. You can make contact via INPEA’s Legislative Action Center in the public policy section of this website.
And of course, you can directly support your local non-public school by contacting the school you are affiliated with or a school in your area!