Our Mission: Building Bridges Between the United States and Cuba, Advocating for Improved Relations in Washington, DC
Thank you for considering supporting the Alliance for Cuba Engagement and Respect. ACERE is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting dialogue, understanding, and engagement between the United States and Cuba, and we work tirelessly to advance our mission in Washington, DC. Our purpose is to work towards a future where the people of the United States and Cuba can interact freely and respectfully, building bridges between our two nations.
Our work in the nation’s capital involves:
- Engaging with policymakers.
- Advocating for policies that promote dialogue and understanding between the United States and Cuba.
- Educating the public and the media about the importance of improved relations between our two countries.
We work closely with congressional leaders, government officials, and experts in U.S.-Cuba relations to develop and promote policies that advance our mission.
As a non-profit organization, we rely on the generosity of donors like you to continue our work. Your contribution will help us to build relationships with policymakers, promote our mission to a broader audience, and advocate for policies that improve U.S.-Cuba relations. Your support will allow us to expand our reach and make a greater impact in Washington, DC.
To make a donation to ACERE, please click the link below and visit ETINA.org, our fiscal sponsor. ETINA.org is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, meaning your donation is tax-deductible. By donating through ETINA.org, you can ensure that your donation will be processed securely and efficiently and that your support will go directly to ACERE.
We greatly appreciate any support you can offer, whether a one-time donation or a recurring contribution. Your donation will help us continue our vital work in Washington, DC, and improve U.S.-Cuba relations. Thank you for your consideration and for joining us in our mission to build bridges between the people of the United States and Cuba.