BECOME A MEMBER
"Helping one person might not change the world, but it may change the world of one person."
The Iowa United Nations Association believes that a single action can make a difference in the community, and that collective action can greatly impact the world. Join us! Through advocacy and outreach activities, your participation allows all of us to work tirelessly each day to contribute our part to the greater good.
Peace is costly but it is worth the expense.
What Membership Means for You
Becoming a member of the Iowa UNA links you to a network of like-minded individuals who collectively promote the work of the UN at the grassroots level. Benefits of joining today include:
A forum to voice your support for U.S. engagement at the UN, with a current focus in making the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) a success.
A network of more than 180 UNA-USA chapters and divisions throughout the country comprised of people passionate about the mission of the United Nations.
The opportunity to participate in educational and advocacy events, as well as to meet with elected leaders to increase knowledge of how the UN makes the world a safer place and improves the lives of people everywhere. Key annual events include Night of 1000 Dinners, Hike to Help Refugees, UN Day, and Human Rights Day.
Monthly nationwide conference calls with UN Experts on Issues such as Global Health, Empowering Women and Girls, and Sustainable Development.
Access to rewards of United Nations Federal Credit Union membership.
Engagement with UN Foundation Campaigns for global health, adolescent girls, the environment, and more.
Limited Income $25
Regular membership $50
Lifetime membership $1,000
What Your Membership Supports
Thanks to members like you, we are able to connect increasing numbers of Iowans to the goals and work of the UN. You are the link between our chapters and your local community. Your support allows us to raise funds for and awareness about the Global Goals for Sustainable Development; continue our more than 50-year tradition of the Iowa High School Model UN; support our publications, the Forum and the Advocacy News; and our work urging our members of Congress to maintain a strong role in the UN.