Created in 2001, the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA) boasts award-winning faculty and students, and is ranked as the 4th best public affairs graduate school in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. We seek to recognize our past achievements, but we also look to the challenges of the future. If we are to provide this state, nation and world with the next generation of public service leaders and scholars, we must continue to build resources to provide only the best education to our students. We ask our alumni and friends to join us in this effort and make a gift to the School today.
Each year, the School hosts numerous special events featuring high profile speakers on topics of national and international importance. Past speakers include: Former U.S. Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, Nobel Laureate Elinor Ostrom, Co-Chair of the 9/11 Commission Lee Hamilton, Former U.S. Comptroller General David Walker, and Former Director of The White House Office of Management and Budget and the first Director of the Congressional Budget Office Alice Rivlin, among many others. Donors to the School at the $250 level and above receive invitations to these and other special events hosted by SPIA.
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To make a gift or for more information, contact Donna Brazzell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 706/542-9661, or GIVE online. The University of Georgia Foundation is registered to solicit in every state and provides state-specific registration information at www.ugafoundation.org/charity.
$5,000 and above
Named to convey this group’s exclusive access to and engagement with the dean, The Dean’s Circle recognizes donors who give to the School each fiscal year at the $5,000 level and above. Donors to SPIA at this level receive all of the benefits of The Candler Hall Society, The Baldwin Hall Society and The 2001 Society and special updates from the dean of the School on topics of local, national and global significance.
$1,000 – 4,999
Named in honor of the year our School was founded, The 2001 Society recognizes donors who give to the School each fiscal year at the $1,000 to $4,999 level. Donors to SPIA at this level receive all of the benefits of The Candler Hall Society and The Baldwin Hall Society and first access to exclusive, limited-availability travel opportunities before space is made available to non-donors.
$500 – 999
Named for the original home of the School of Public and International Affairs and the current home of the political science department and department of public administration and policy, The Baldwin Hall Society recognizes donors who give to the School each fiscal year at the $500 to $999 level. Donors to SPIA at this level receive all of the benefits of The Candler Hall Society and invitations to meet and interact with SPIA Board of Visitors members.
Named for the building that serves as the new home of the School of Public and International Affairs’ central offices, The Candler Hall Society recognizes donors who give to the School each fiscal year at the $250 to $499 level. Donors at this level will receive invitations to SPIA events, reserved seating at SPIA events, if applicable and desired and a SPIA DC Dawg Poster.*
*If you choose to accept a poster, the tax-deductable portion of your gift will be reduced by $15—the value of the poster.