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We know you’ve got shopping to do and it may include a visit to Amazon.com — not just for the holidays, but year round.
Well, your World Affairs Council is an Amazon affiliate.
What that means is that if you’re going shopping on Amazon you can begin your trip by visiting TNWAC.org and clicking ONCE on our Amazon banner ads (you can see one from here… over there… look right… yeah, that’s it) that will deliver you to the Amazon site. There you can shop away.
Any items you purchase during that Amazon visit will earn — at no cost to you — a referral fee to the World Affairs Council that translates into global literacy in your schools and awareness programs for the public.
SO, JUST VISIT TNWAC.ORG WHEN YOU HAVE THE SHOPPING ITCH AND CLICK ON ONE OF THE AMAZON BANNERS ON THE RIGHT SIDE MARGIN. THAT’S IT!
(Please share this with your colleagues, friends and family — maybe they’ll buy you something nice while they’re shopping!)
What does that support get you? In an era where only 29% of 18-24 year-old citizens can pass a basic test on global affairs (Link) our community needs global affairs awareness programs.
Check this link of programs the World Affairs Council provided for you and your neighbors this year. (Link)
But first check out Olivia’s story.
We also want to share the perspective of former Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, a member of your World Affairs Council’s Board of Directors.
One more note from legendary American diplomat Ambassador Thomas Pickering from his Nashville visit and TNWAC town hall at Belmont University.
Remember, as you plan your end of year charitable giving that the Tennessee World Affairs Council is a nonprofit (and nonpartisan) 501c3 educational charity and as such you’re gifts are tax deductible to the full extent of the IRS regulations.
The Tennessee World Affairs Council is a nonprofit (501c3), nonpartisan educational charity based in Nashville that works to build understanding of global issues in our communities. Learn more about the Council and find how you can join, donate and volunteer at: www.TNWAC.org