Become a Member of Interamerican Institute for Democracy

Become a Member of Interamerican Institute for Democracy2018-11-08T04:03:04-05:00

The Interamerican Institute for Democracy finances its programs thanks to contributions and private donations. The work of the directors, directors and members is voluntary, and without remuneration.

Every contribution, however small, is important for the Interamerican Institute for Democracy, especially because it comes from those who share the principles and objectives of promoting freedom and democratic institutions in Latin America.

The Interamerican Institute for Democracy has 501 (c) status with the IRS (Internal Tax Service) of the United States of America, which allows donors to deduct from their taxes the contributions they provide.

You can make a small contribution right now with your debit card through the Square Cash application associated with the IID. You can modify the amount of the donation at your convenience.

USD $ 500 Annual Membership

The IID members receive all of our communications, including the quarterly edition of our Democracy Papers series.

IID sponsors

Sponsors receive all of our communications, including the quarterly edition of our Democracy Papers series.

  • Bronze Pattern – Starting at USD $ 1,000
  • Silver Pattern – Starting at USD $ 2,000
  • Gold Standard – Starting at USD $ 3,000
  • Platinum Pattern – Starting at USD $ 4,000

Benefactors

Starting at USD $ 5,000, a person, firm or corporation can become a benefactor of the Interamerican Institute for Democracy. The Benefactors of the IID receive a copy of all publications of our Editorial Fund, and are invited to all conferences and events of the organization.

In addition to being mentioned in the acknowledgments of the books published by the Institute and on the website, the Benefactors are invited to the annual meeting of benefactors with the Board of the Interamerican Institute for Democracy.

The Interamerican Institute for Democracy is a non-profit organization under regulation 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS.) Contributions are suitable for corporate matching. We receive contributions (tax-deductible within legal limitations) from persons, foundations, and business entities.