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WINGS is a unique global network that brings together about 150 grantmaker associations and philanthropy support organizations. With members in every region of the world, we convene a diverse community of leaders with a wide range of knowledge and experience in the field of philanthropy.

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  • Become part of a global movement to strengthen and promote philanthropy worldwide! There are many benefits to joining WINGS. Members enjoy such opportunities as: Information and research Access to exclusive reports and tools in the Knowledge Center Discount in useful tools, such as Foundations Center’s Philanthropy InSight® and Lucy Bernholz's Blueprint 2012 Participation in WINGS research, such as the Community Foundations Global Status Report and the Global Institutional Philanthropy Report Networking and Dialogue Networking opportunities with associations and support organizations serving philanthropy around the globe Use of WINGS logo, which will identify you as a member of the only worldwide network representing and serving the broad community of support organizations working with philanthropy Priority participation in WINGSForum, one of philanthropy’s premier international events Receive assistance to identify appropriate and relevant peer organizations to meet with when traveling overseas Leadership and Organizational Development Access to members-only peer learning events, webinars, and regional meetings Access to customized tool kits and surveys for associations and organizations serving philanthropy Governance Opportunity to serve as Chair of WINGS advisory committees Ability to be nominated to the Board of Directors Policy and Advocacy Opportunities to work on common causes with peer organizations Engagement in advocacy to secure better legislation and regulatory frameworks to promote a culture of giving

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