The Inter-American Dialogue relies on the support of generous individuals, foundations, leading corporations, and governments who share our commitment to democratic governance, social equity, and prosperity in the Americas and who seek to advance cooperation among the countries and peoples of the Hemisphere. Donors provide essential operating revenue for the Dialogue’s activities and strengthen our capacity to carry out our ambitious agenda. They participate in our programs, inform our debates, enhance the impact of our work, and ensure that our research reflects a diversity of opinions.
The Dialogue’s Associates Program and President’s Leadership Council offer individuals a range of opportunities to engage in our research. Individuals can also support the work of the Dialogue by participating in special campaigns, like the Annual Leadership for the Americas Awards Gala or Sol M. Linowitz Forum, or by naming the Dialogue as a beneficiary of planned gifts such as bequests, retirement funds, and insurance policies. Visit our How to Give portal to make a contribution today. For more information, contact Denisse Yanovich, Director, Development and External Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or +188.8.131.5250.
The Corporate Program engages companies that are invested in the future of the Americas and share a commitment to the Dialogue’s mission to advance economic opportunity, social equity and democratic governance across the region. Member companies often partner with the Dialogue to support of specific initiatives or events, including the Annual Leadership for the Americas Awards Gala and Sol M. Linowitz Forum. Customized or bundled support opportunities are available. Companies can review membership benefits and enroll here. For more information, contact Erik Brand, corporate program director, at email@example.com or +1.612.242.1863.
Foundations, Government Entities, Universities, and NGOs
The Dialogue conducts its work throughout the Americas in collaboration with leading organizations who wish to enhance the impact of the Dialogue’s programmatic activities. Foundations, governments, multilateral institutions, and NGOs wishing to partner with the Dialogue should contact Denisse Yanovich, Director, Development and External Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or +184.108.40.20650.
General support contributions help ensure that the Dialogue is always ready and able to respond to the most recent developments affecting the Western Hemisphere. Unrestricted funding is directed towards the area of greatest need, helps maximize the impact of our work on public policy, and underwrites our research activities, events, and core operations.
Program or Project Specific Funding and Sponsorship Opportunities
Donors may choose to direct their gift towards the support of a specific program, project, or initiative. The Dialogue’s core program areas include energy, climate change, and the extractive industries, education, China and Latin America, migration, remittances, and development, and the rule of law. We also conduct regional work focused on the Andes, Brazil and the Southern Cone, Central America and the Caribbean, and North America and thematic work focused on inter-American relations, US foreign policy, democratic governance, social equity, economics, finance, and trade, global relations, and security and drug policy. Contact Joan Caivano, Deputy to the President & Director, Special Projects, at jcaivano@thedialogue or +1.202.463.2563 to learn more about the Dialogue’s ongoing research and opportunities for engagement or sponsorship.
Endowment gifts help ensure the Dialogue’s and a donor’s long-term legacy. They provide critical and permanent support of the our mission and agenda. Contact Joan Caivano, Deputy to the President & Director, Special Projects, at jcaivano@thedialogue or +1.202.463.2563 to learn how you can establish or contribute to an endowed fund.
Director, Corporate Program
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The Dialogue is a non-partisan organization deeply committed to intellectual independence. While donors are encouraged to participate in our activities, funders do not and have never influenced our research or programs. Our directors, members, staff, and constituents represent many views and our funding sources are diverse. All contributions conform to the Dialogue’s internal donor guidelines and US tax laws. The Dialogue is transparent in listing all donors in our Annual Report and on our website. Additionally, 990s are readily available to any individual or organization upon request.
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