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THANK YOU for helping the voice for ethics be heard worldwide. Your gift is 100 percent tax-deductible. If you would prefer to send your gift by mail or fax, please download this form.

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Sponsor one teacher to attend a Carnegie Council Event free of charge.

Donate $25
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Host distinguished speakers at our 40+ Public Affairs events.

Donate $100

Run our annual student/teacher essay competition.

Donate $250

Publish an article in Ethics & International Affairs.

Donate $500

Join the Andrew Carnegie Society.

Donate $1000

Support the expansion of our Carnegie Ethics Studio.

Donate $5000

Join the Friends Society.

Donate $10000

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Thank you for your contribution. Every donation helps to make a difference in promoting ethics in international affairs.

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For more information, please contact: Colin Delaney

PHONE: (212) 838-4120 ext. 216
FAX: (212) 752-2432

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