Atlantic Council Foundation

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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:

  • 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.
  • 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.



Information: 202-778-4953; dajubert@acus.org