Gift & Payment Information
For six decades, the mission of the United Nations Association and its chapters has been to inform, inspire and mobilize Americans to support the principles and vital work of the United Nations and to strengthen the United Nations system. Your support is vital in helping us to advance peace, prosperity and justice around the globe.
Memorial and Tribute Giving
Make your gift a personal remembrance that honors the memory of a loved one, friend, relative or colleague or provide a very special honor to a friend, relative, or colleague to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, or other special event by making a gift to UNA-USA in his/her honor.
Please tell us the name of the person you would like to honor and the name and address of the person(s) who should receive an acknowledgment of your gift. (The amount of your gift will not be provided).
To make your tribute gift, click here.
Secure your family's financial future and ensure the continuation of UNA-USA's work by making a planned gift. A planned gift is a simple and flexible way to combine charitable giving with sound financial planning. One hundred percent of the proceeds UNA-USA receives from planned gifts goes directly to support our mission to educate, inspire and mobilize Americans to support the principles and vital work of the United Nations, strengthening the United Nations system, promoting constructive United States leadership in that system and achieving the goals of the United Nations Charter.
Your bequest or other planned gift enrolls you in our Eleanor Roosevelt Society and makes you eligible for a lifetime membership in the United Nations Association of the USA. This is our way of formally recognizing your support of our mission through your estate planning and thanking you for your generosity.
For information on how to include UNA-USA in your estate planning, click here or contact Mary-Frances Wain, Deputy Executive Director, UNA-USA, at email@example.com or 202.778.3539.
The information on our website is not intended as financial or legal advice. Please consult your own qualified advisers as you consider philanthropic gifts.