Giving to the Excellence in Government Campaign

The work of the Carl Vinson Institute of Government provides governments across the state of Georgia and even internationally with access to quality, objective technical assistance and training. We support governments large and small as they serve constituents, tackle challenges and prepare their communities for a bright future. We invite you to give to the Excellence in Government Campaign and become a partner in serving the governments that serve the people of Georgia in so many essential ways.

Your one-time gift or annual gifts of any amount will be used to support the work of the Institute to improve state and local government. Use Donate Now to contribute today or contact Gordon Maner for questions about opportunities to support the work of the Institute of Government.

Your generous gift will support:

  • Customized technical assistance and applied research designed to help smaller, more resource-constrained jurisdictions operate more efficiently and responsively
  • Scholarships for local government officials and staff to engage in important professional development that will enhance their knowledge and skills and benefit their offices
  • Educational opportunities for university students-such as internships and graduate assistantships-that prepare the next generation of leaders in public service
  • Global connections that promote economic development between Georgia and international communities
  • Continuing education for Institute of Government faculty and staff so that we can remain at the forefront of innovative approaches to public administration and government management

Levels of Support:

President's Club Benefactors Level

Gifts of $10,000 or more

President's Club Fellows Level

Gifts of $5,000$9,999

President's Club Associate Level

Gifts of $1,000$4,999

Director's Circle

Gifts of $500$999

Friends of the Institute

Gifts of $100$499

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Your gift can make a difference! Support the work of the Institute of Government and help improve state and local government.

Gordon Maner