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The Institute welcomes your one-time donation. Institute donors think ahead and stay ahead through our insightful publications, briefings, trips, and conferences.Deepen your engagement by becoming a Trustee or Legacy donor. Becoming a Trustee of The Washington Institute is an honor afforded to those who apply through a sponsoring Trustee and are approved by the Board of Directors. In recognition of their commitment to The Washington Institute, Trustees receive exclusive benefits including invitations to programs, seminars, and briefings in Washington and around the country; exclusive trips to the Middle East led by Institute Experts; special updates by Institute fellows; and much more. Learn more about becoming a Trustee of The Washington Institute.
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