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If Heinlein meant half as much to you as he means to us, you will dig down deep and pay for your share of the banquet he set before us. As we can never pay back Heinlein for all he gave us, the Heinlein Society intends to "pay it forward." For that we need your help.

The Heinlein Society has established programs to: 

Place his books in libraries everywhere, especially in school libraries where his juvenile novels may continue to help to form character and provoke critical and intelligent thinking among our young people

Award scholarships and grants to worthy young people

Assist in disseminating his works into new languages and formats

Promote annual Heinlein blood drives

Explore the possibility of accurate and true to book renditions of his stories to film and other media

Promote scholarly research and overall discussion of his works and ideas

With your help we can do even more. Join us and help us find others who share our goals.

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The Heinlein Society was founded by Virginia Heinlein on behalf of her husband, science fiction author Robert Anson Heinlein, to "pay forward" the legacy of Robert A. Heinlein to future generations of "Heinlein's Children."