Donations for Diplomacy Program
Join us in making a difference in the world by donating to citizen diplomacy.
Your donation can make a significant difference in the lives of Americans and international leaders. Help us expand our ability to build a more secure world by bridging political and cultural differences through our high quality professional exchange programs.
Become a Diplomat
By donating, you become part of our Global Ties Miami community and gain access to opportunities to represent your country and community in front of a global audience.
Be remembered for making a positive impact in the world. Your donation can create a lasting legacy of thoughtful giving to creating a safer and more secure world.
Be Part of a Solution
With tensions rising between the U.S and other nations, our most potent tool to preserve national security is to promote positive perceptions of the United States. 91% of exchange participants say they communicate more accurate information about the United States to people in their home countries because of their exchange experience. Your donation is the reason we can continue to do our part to promote strong international relationships.
Annual Donation Levels
Our Donations for Diplomacy annual giving program offers different levels of giving.
$1,200 - $2,499
($100 - $200 per month)
$2,500 - $4,999
($200 - $400 per month)
$5,000 - $9,999
($400 - $800 per month)
Global Ties Miami Hero!
Each level of giving comes with a variety of benefits:
Donations for Diplomacy Benefits
Global Ties Miami Hero!
Special Invitation to the National Meeting in Washington DC
Special Recognition at Annual Event
Connect with our Network of Leaders
Invite Only Events with Visitors
Invitation to Annual Event
Social Media Mention
By bringing emerging leaders and professionals from various countries to the United States, our exchange programs helps build positive relationships and bridges of understanding between the U.S. and other nations. Strong diplomatic ties and open channels of communication can lead to more effective cooperation on security matters.
Promoting Citizen Diplomacy
Through its ability to shape perceptions and influence behavior, citizen diplomacy is well documented to contribute to a more stable and secure world by addressing underlying issues and generating collaboration based on mutual understanding and shared interests.
International Collaboration on Global Problems
American leaders and international participants bring new knowledge, skills, and best practices to their important work. This knowledge transfer can positively impact local institutions, communities, and industries.
Promoting Civic Engagement
Participants learn about democratic processes, civil society, and community engagement in the United States, which can inspire them to contribute to similar efforts in their home countries.
At the core of the Global Ties Miami culture of philanthropy is our commitment to ensure that our donors have meaningful experiences with us.
Stewardship of donated funds and donor relations provide the foundation to offer meaningful and consistent experiences that will translate to high donor satisfaction and retention.
Global Ties Miami promises you to be:
Mindful stewards of your gifts, always using them as intended
Accessible when you need us
Respectful of our relationship with you
Extremely accountable and open with updates on the impact of your philanthropy
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To be informed of the organization’s mission, of the way the organization intends to use donated resources, and of its capacity to use donations effectively for their intended purposes.
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To be assured their gifts will be used for the purposes for which they were given.
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To be informed whether those seeking donations are volunteers, employees of the organization or hired solicitors.
To feel free to ask questions when making a donation and to receive prompt, truthful and forthright answers.