Protect Foreign Aid
Act now to preserve American Global Leadership
Now is the time to take a stand.
What happens in one part of the world directly impacts us here at home. That’s why deep cuts to foreign aid only weaken America’s leadership and security on the global stage.
PCI proudly partners with the U.S. government to enhance health, end hunger and overcome hardship in communities around the world – from San Diego, California, and Tijuana, Mexico, to Bihar, India, and Lusaka, Zambia.
It’s a collaboration that has helped cut extreme poverty in half over the past two decades, while also
- Stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS and Ebola;
- Boosting school attendance and literacy rates;
- Preventing maternal and child deaths;
- Providing access to clean water; and
- Feeding more than 200,000 school children every day.
Now that critical progress and our safety, economy and values as a nation are at stake.
Foreign aid is less than one percent of the federal budget, but the return on investment is millions of lives saved and a safer, more prosperous world. We can’t afford to let that change.
Add your voice to the growing chorus of people who recognize the value of protecting America’s humanitarian programs from severe cuts. We need your support today.
Call or email your Senators and Member of Congress through the #AmericaLeads campaign, of which PCI is a part. It’s easy, only takes two minutes and will make such a difference.
What Donald Trump Should Be Saying to the World
NorthJersey.com – By Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen, October 10
Why We Need Foreign Aid
The American Interest – By Stephen D. Krasner, Stanford University, former Director of the State Department Office of Policy Planning, June 19
Memo to Congress: Don’t Cut Foreign Aid
Politico – By John McCain and Tim Kaine, June 15
Senators sharply question State Department budget cuts
Washington Post – By Carol Morello and Anne Gearan, June 13
Why foreign aid is critical to U.S. national security
Politico – By Adm. Mike Mullen (Ret.) and Gen. James Jones (Ret.), June 12
Bob Dole and Tom Daschle: Trump’s Budget Takes U.S. Leadership Backwards
TIME – Former Senators Bob Dole (R-KS) and Tom Daschle (D-SD), May 31
Opinion: Global Agriculture Development Benefits America’s Farmers
Agri-Pulse – Senator Jerry Moran (R-KS), May 31
A real national security budget will keep the peace
USA Today – Retired Army lieutenant general Karl W. Eikenberry, May 31
Why Global Health Investments Are Key to ‘Making America Great’
The Hill – Loyce Pace, President and Executive Director, Global Health Council, May 26
American Leadership – We Can’t Do It for Free
New York Times – Colin Powell, May 23
Foreign Aid Keeps Americans Safe
GatesNotes – Bill Gates, May 18
The Best Investment America Can Make
CNN – Melinda Gates, April 20