Campaign for the Future of IACM
The International Association of Conflict Management has a rich history and holds a special place in the lives and careers of so many scholars. Dedicated to the exchange of information and ideas about social conflict, IACM has remained a multi-disciplinary and very international organization since its inception in 1987.
In celebrating the many accomplishments of IACM, it is time to look ahead and make a strong commitment to the future of the association. To this aim, the Board has authorized the 2023-2024 Capital Campaign with the following key features:
- To create an Endowment Fund of $50,000 that will:
- support the doctoral workshop in future years and the scholarship of graduate students and young academics who study conflict management
- foster research excellence in the next generation of scholars
- To promote long-term giving to the Association
Rationale: The goal of this campaign is to ensure the success of the next generation of conflict management scholars through annually hosting a doctoral workshop, supporting graduate student travel, and fostering the professional development of young scholars. To date, IACM has relied on outside funding to support these activities and these funds are limited.
Ways to Give: Donations can be made to IACM by check (made payable to International Association for Conflict Management, please write 2023-2024 Campaign in the memo line), credit card, cash, IRA transfers, or donation of royalties or stocks. Online donations can be made by following this link: https://form.jotform.com/230888939309069). For IRA transfers and donation of royalties/stocks, please contact Brandon Charpied firstname.lastname@example.org. As a 501(c)3 organization, all contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowable under the law. The tax identification number for IACM is: 27-2088086.
Memorial Gifts: Individuals can make gifts in honor or memory of colleagues or loved ones. To make a gift in this manner, please complete the online gift form at the link provided above, filling in the name of the person you wish to honor. To have an acknowledgment sent for a memorial gift, please provide the name and address of the person(s) to receive this information. Memorial gifts may also be made anonymously.
Please make any donations large or small to help IACM secure its future through the goal of creating an endowment to support the doctoral workshop and the research of young scholars.
Prof. Linda L. Putnam, 2023-2024 Campaign Chair, IACM Board