Support Your Student Global Awareness Programs | Giving Tuesday


What’s your gift this #GivingTuesday?

You have many options for giving at the end of the year. Your donation to the World Affairs Council supports students to become the innovative leaders we need to help tackle some of the world’s most pressing issues.

What have we done for you lately (in the last 3 months) Nashville?

  • A Foreign Policy Speaker Series program with Congressman Jim Cooper on the perspective on global issues from Capitol Hill.
  • The “Global Tennessee” Podcast series conversations with global affairs specialists.
  • A speaker program with former United States Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power.
  • Another year of the Academic WorldQuest competition match for high school students from around the state, inspiring youth to know the world.
  • Creation of a Young Professional group focused on networking and discussion of global issues.
  • The “Global Nashville with Karl Dean” Podcast series that highlights what it is about Nashville that makes it a global city.
  • A scholarship program for a student to attend the National Conference of the World Affairs Councils of America in Washington, D.C.
  • A speaker program with former Asst Secretary of State Ambassador Christopher Hill on North Korean nuclear negotiations.
  • A speaker program with Ambassador Charles Bowers and LCDR Patrick Ryan on Iran and the potential for war in the Gulf
  • Every month two global issues teleconferences with authors and specialists via teleconferences.
  • A speaker program with former Ambassador John Kornblum on “Why Europe Matters”
  • A speaker program with US Ambassador to South Korea Harry Harris on US-Korea relations.
  • All of the global affairs awareness programs included on our 2019 calendar. [Link]

Your World Affairs Council is a nonprofit educational organization (a 501c3 tax exempt charity) that does not receive government support. It relies on you to become members and make charitable gifts to pay its bills — the hundreds of dollars to bring global affairs speaker to the community, the thousands of dollars to fund the WorldQuest academic program for high school students, etc. etc. etc.

Periodically we pass the collection basket so you, stakeholders in global literacy among our fellow citizens and future leaders, can help us help the community to know what’s going on in an increasingly complex world.

So, why should you support global affairs awareness programs in Nashville?  If you don’t, who will?

Need more reasons to support global affairs awareness programs?

How about inspiring a high school senior in Tennessee onto a path to become a Doctoral Candidate in Middle East Studies?

Please make a gift or become a member or give the gift of membership this holiday season.

Help us increase our impact in 2019-20.

No gift is too small.

Support TNWAC Education Initiatives

  • Academic WorldQuest High School Competition
  • Tennessee Global Scholars Certificate Program
  • “What in the World?” Weekly Quizzes
  • Student/Teacher Recognition Programs
  • “Global Tennessee” Podcast
  • “Global Connections” Webinars
  • and more on the drawing board

THE MISSION of the nonprofit, nonpartisan Tennessee World Affairs Council is to promote international awareness, understanding and connections to enhance the region’s global stature and to prepare Tennesseans to thrive in our increasingly complex and connected world.

THE VISION of  the Tennessee World Affairs Council is a well-informed community that thinks critically about the world and the impact of global events.   

Learn more about the Council and find how you can join, donate and volunteer at:  — 

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