What is the Mensa Foundation?
One of the many ways in which Mensa benefits society is through the Mensa Foundation, which has the unique charge of inspiring and empowering intellectual giftedness. The Foundation’s work benefits individuals, groups, and the wider society by channelling gifts directly into scholarships, gifted youth and educational outreach, research, and awards.
Recognising the Importance of Teachers
Mensans often share stories about teachers who helped them in so many ways when they were students. Mensans understand the importance of learners being actively challenged, nurtured, and supported to reach their full potential. That's why Mensans recognise the value of teachers; we know how integral they are to the social-emotional and intellectual development of learners. Empowering educators is, therefore, one of the Foundation’s central missions.
Your Support Is Invaluable
Many Mensans have dedicated their lifetimes to helping others. The Foundation applauds their efforts, and celebrates all the wonderful discoveries, ideas and achievements of both gifted learners and teachers. The Mensa Foundation has already changed many lives for the better, and benefitted society in many valuable ways. With your support, we will continue to do so for generations to come. Please consider making a donation or offering your time to this essential work.
Read Insightful and Informative Articles in the MRJ
Published by the Mensa Foundation, the Mensa Research Journal highlights scholarly articles and recent research related to intelligence from a diverse selection of international authors. It includes relevant and timely research, specially curated for Mensans.
Recent issues have looked at:
- Insights into math and IQ
- The theory of multiple intelligences
- The connection between human and artificial intelligence
You can view some samples of the MRJ below:
- Giftedness and Expertise
- Measuring the Musical Skills of a Prodigy
- It Takes More Than Practice and Experience to Become a Chess Master
- When Synethesia and Savant Abilities Are Mistaken For Hallucinations and Delusions