Atlantic Council Foundation
The Atlantic Council Foundation was established by the Atlantic Council of the United States in 1990 "to promote the Council's long-term viability and its commitment to the advancement of U.S. global interests. Currently, the Foundation is composed of nine funds:
- Achilles Education Fund: established in 1990 in honor of the late Theodore C. Achilles by his family, in support of the Council's education program.
- John J. McCloy Fund: created in 1991 by the Chase Manhattan Bank to strengthen U.S. relations with the nations of Europe.
- William H.G. FitzGerald Fund: formed in 1991 by William H.G. FitzGerald and his peers on the Board, the fund continues to grow through donations from its founder, directors, councillors and other friends of the Council.
- Ford Special Fund: established in 1994 to assist the planning, research, and design phases of new projects.
- John A. Baker Fund: established in honor of the late John A. Baker to promote the development of international understanding among students and young leaders worldwide.
- W. Tapley Bennett, Jr. Fund: honors the life, work and vision of William Tapley Bennett, Jr. through support of the Council's work with NATO and the Atlantic Treaty Association.
- Andrew J. Goodpaster Fund: gives permanent recognition to General Goodpaster's stature in national security and education.
- President's Fund: established in 1997 to generate discretionary support for program offices.
- John E. Gray Fund: established in 1998 with a bequest from John Gray's estate to further the Council's work on energy and the environment.
- Drew A. Jubert, Assistant Secretary
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