Donation to the Education Fund!

We invite you to consider giving a year-end gift to the Council, to support our educational outreach in the community.

With your donation, we will have the capacity to offer local high school students guest invitations to our monthly programs, where they can meet our speakers and engage in international discussions with our speaker first-hand.

Our goal is to help our future leaders gain a better understanding of the world in which they live; the challenges and opportunities they will face, and how they can contribute and benefit from the growing internationalization of their community and nation.

Donate by Check

To make a donation by check, please make your check payable to World Affairs Council and send to the address below -or- click on the donation link below.

World Affairs Council of Orange County
2102 Business Center Drive
Irvine, Ca. 92612

Donate by PayPal


Donate Stock

It is a simple and straightforward process if you’d like to make a gift of stock to the World Affairs Council of Orange County.

Instruct your brokerage account manager or firm to initiate the securities transfer request to:

World Affairs Council of Orange County
2102 Business Center Drive
Irvine, CA 92612
ACCT# 5295-7633 (Charles Schwab Brokerage Account)
Schwab DTC No: 0164
949-253-5751

Transfers can be done electronically or by mail.

If you are sending actual stock certificates, they need to be mailed to the following address. Please include our brokerage account number (ACCT # 2285-5930) and your contact information in your cover letter as our Financial Advisor will be following up with you.

Lucinda Salinas, CFP, CLU
Financial Advisor
Cornerstone Wealth Advisors, Inc.
24681 La Plaza, Suite 320
Dana Point, CA 92629

If you need to reach Lucinda Salinas directly, please contact her via email or by phone:

Email: l.salinas@cwainvestors.com
Phone: 949-240-4411

It is important that the securities be transferred to the World Affairs Council of Orange County’s account prior to being sold in order to avoid capital gains taxation.