UNA-Orlando Organization Chart
UNA-Orlando operates in accordance with the mission shared by UNA-USA, UNF, and BWF, which is to: a) strengthen the United Nations system, b) inform, inspire, and mobilize Americans to support the principles and vital work of the United Nations, c) encourage U.S. leadership to work constructively through the United Nations, d) encourage citizens to achieve the goals of the United Nations Charter, e) educate the American public about the invaluable work of the United Nations, f) raise funds, g) carry out local activities related to the United Nations, and f) recruit, engage, and retain members.
The chapter is a subsidiary of the following national and international organizations:
THE UNITED NATIONS ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (UNA-USA)
The United Nations Association Association of the United States of America is a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to building understanding of and support for the ideals and vital work of the United Nations (UN) among the American people. Its educational and advocacy programs stress the importance of nations working together and the need for U.S. leadership at the UN. UNA-USA serves many constituencies, including community-based members and activists, affiliated organizations, business leaders, educators, academic and foreign policy specialists, as well as students and young professionals. UNA-USA is also a member of the World Federation of the United Nations Associations (WFUNA).
THE UNITED NATIONS FOUNDATION (UNF)
Established in 1998 and initially funded through the historic $1 billion gift provided by entrepreneur and philanthropist Ted Turner, the United Nations Foundation builds public-private partnerships and connects people, ideas, and resources to help the United Nations address the world's most pressing problems. Today UNF is supported by global corporations, foundations, governments, and individuals.
A BETTER WORLD FUND (BWF)
Through its Better World Campaign, A Better World Fund has worked to a) strengthen the relationship between the U.S. and the UN through outreach, communications, and advocacy, b) promote a greater understanding of the United Nations, key UN causes, and the broad purposes of international cooperation through the UN, and c) engage policy makers, the media, and the American public to increase awareness of and support for the UN.