Since launching in August 2017, ICAP has concentrated its litigation efforts on seven core issues:
1. Addressing the Rise of Unlawful Private Militias;
2. Defending Immigrants and Sanctuary Cities;
3. Opening America’s Courts;
4. Promoting Good Government: Voting Rights, Whistleblowers, and Transparency;
5. Protecting Young People and Vulnerable Groups;
6. Reforming Criminal Justice; and
7. Safeguarding First Amendment Rights.

Yes! I have $1 a day to defend the United States Constitution.

$365 annually, billed monthly at $30.41.

I want to invest $100 monthly to empower ICAP’s legal team to use the power of the courts to defend American constitutional rights and values.

$1,200 annually, billed monthly at $100.



We welcome donations of any size.

$100 Franklin Citizens

When asked, upon exiting the Constitutional Convention, what type of government the delegates created, Benjamin Franklin responded, “A republic, if you can keep it.”

I want to support ICAP’s efforts to preserve our democratic republic.

$500 Lincoln Citizens

“Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves.”

I want to support ICAP’s efforts to ensure that our laws protect both those with a voice and the voiceless.

$1,000 Rule of Law Citizens

I want to support ICAP’s efforts to hold our government accountable and responsible.

$10,000 ICAP Sponsorship

Our sponsors empower ICAP to focus on the issues, knowing that our funding is secure.

$1,700,000 Funds ICAP’s Annual Budget!


Contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowable by law and can be made by credit card, check, wire transfer, or stock gift. A letter acknowledging your tax-deductible contribution will be mailed to you after your contribution has been received. Qualifying contributions will be acknowledged in our annual report.

To donate online, please visit the Georgetown Law giving page, select “Other,” and specify “Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection” or “ICAP.”

To donate by check, made out to “Georgetown University” with “ICAP” noted in the memo, please use this address:

Office of Development
Georgetown University Law Center
Attn.: Gene Finn
600 New Jersey Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001

To donate by wire transfer or stock gift, please email for more information.


Thank you for your support!