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Contributors & Funders

Carnegie Endowment’s mission, dating back more than a century, is to advance the cause of peace through objective analysis and development of fresh policy ideas, and direct engagement and collaboration with decision-makers in government, business, and civil society. Carnegie Endowment is an international organization of policy research centers operating as one closely knit network.

Carnegie Endowment is a public charity with diverse sources of funding. Roughly half of its annual budget comes from income from its own endowment set up by Andrew Carnegie in 1910. The remainder comes from external sources; primarily foundation grants. The foundations that support Carnegie are required to make public the full description of their grants, including grant amount, period of years, and purpose. That information is available on the foundations’ websites and IRS Form 990s. The balance is from individuals, corporations, and a variety of governments. Carnegie does not engage in lobbying of any kind in any country and has no associated 501(c)4 organization. It does not bid for contracts or accept funding that has any quid pro quo attached.

We are very grateful to the following public and private sources from 2007 to the present that have provided generous financial support for our mission and respected Carnegie’s outstanding reputation for integrity and independence.

List of Donors

  • Henry Arnhold
  • Asan Institute for Policy Studies
  • The Asia Foundation
  • R. Stewart Baird
  • Bakrie Center Foundation
  • Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
  • blue moon fund
  • Heinrich Boll Foundation
  • Robert Bosch Foundation
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • George William Hunter Cautherley
  • Center for Naval Analyses
  • Charina Endowment Fund
  • Chevron
  • China-United States Exchange Foundation
  • Armeane and Mary Choksi
  • ClimateWorks
  • ConocoPhillips
  • Consolidated Contractors Company
  • Corning Incorporated
  • Gregory Craig
  • Crisis Management Initiative
  • Michael Curto
  • Ibrahim Dabdoub
  • Danish Institute for International Studies
  • The Debs Foundation
  • Richard A. Debs
  • Jane and Bill Donaldson
  • Mohamed A. and Jamie W. El-Erian
  • Energy Foundation
  • ExxonMobil
  • Federal Foreign Office, Germany
  • Harvey Fineberg
  • First International Resources
  • Donald Fites
  • Ford Foundation
  • Charles W. Freeman, Jr.
  • Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold Foundation
  • Eugene Fuller
  • James C. Gaither
  • GE Foundation
  • General Motors Foundation
  • George Family Foundation
  • Richard Giordano
  • Gulbenkian Foundation
  • The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
  • Hitachi
  • Jon M. Huntsman, Jr.
  • The Hurford Foundation
  • IBM International Foundation
  • Indian Council for Cultural Relations
  • International Development Research Centre
  • Robert & Ardis James Foundation
  • Japan Foundation Center for Global Parternship
  • The Kaye Family Foundation/The Warburg Pincus Foundation
  • Samer S. Khoury
  • Walter B. Kielholz
  • Stephen R. Lewis, Jr.
  • Kent Loughery
  • Richard Lounsbery Foundation
  • The Henry Luce Foundation
  • The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur
  • Linda A. Mason
  • Joseph and Won Young McDevitt
  • The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
  • Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas)
  • Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
  • Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
  • New-Land Foundation
  • Matthew Nimetz
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization
  • Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Novartis Corporation
  • Nuclear Threat Initiative
  • Oak Foundation
  • Office of Naval Research
  • Adebayo Ogunlesi
  • Hutham S. Olayan
  • Kenneth Olivier & Angela Nomellini
  • Open Society Foundations
  • Diane Orley
  • David and Lucile Packard Foundation
  • Catherine James Paglia/Robert & Ardis James Foundation
  • PepsiCo
  • PhRMA
  • Ploughshares Fund
  • Prospect Hill Foundation
  • L. Rafael Reif
  • Roger and Deborah Renshaw
  • Rockefeller Brothers Fund
  • The Rockefeller Foundation
  • J. Stapleton Roy
  • Charles E. Ryan
  • Vanessa Ruiz
  • The Bernard and Irene Schwartz Foundation
  • Semnani Family Foundation
  • W.B. Shafer, Jr. Memorial Trust
  • Shell Kazakhstan Development B.V.
  • Skoll Global Threats Fund
  • Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
  • The Stanton Foundation
  • The Starr Foundation
  • Strategic Initiatives Foundation
  • The Swiss Confederation
  • Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office
  • Aso O. Tavitian
  • Tavitian Foundation
  • Tele2
  • Elena Thompson
  • Tides Foundation
  • Shirley M. Tilghman
  • Toyota Motor North America, Inc.
  • Ranvir Trehan
  • Embassy of the United Arab Emirates
  • U.K. Department for International Development
  • U.K. Foreign & Commonwealth Office
  • United Nations Development Programme
  • United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia
  • United States Agency for International Development
  • U.S. Department of Defense
  • U.S. Department of Energy
  • U.S. Department of State
  • Wallace Genetic Foundation
  • Cristian and Margarita Wedekind
  • Rohan Weerasinghe
  • Byron and Anita Wien

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Carnegie Endowment
for International Peace
1779 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20036

CarnegieEndowment.org/support

Praise for Carnegie

 

“The Endowment’s rich history over the last century has brought together political leaders, policymakers, and public intellectuals from all countries …”

– Kevin Rudd
Former Australian Prime Minister

“[Carnegie is]…one of the centers of gravity of thinking about national security matters in our country.”

– General Martin Dempsey
Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

“Carnegie remains a first-rate source of policy analysis and practical guidance on all the major international issues and I rely on the advice and counsel of many Carnegie scholars.”

– John McCain
U.S. Senator

“The Carnegie Endowment has been a training ground for many of the allstars in the State Department during the Clinton administration and throughout this century. ….”

– Madeleine Albright
Former Secretary of State

“I appreciate the work Carnegie Endowment does...Above all, [it is] an approach that says, ‘We want to make a difference. We want to see if we can have an impact.’”

– Kofi Annan
Former Secretary General
of the United Nations

“I cannot think of a better alignment of communication, information, and getting people together.”

– Eric Schmidt
Executive Chairman of Google

“[T]his great vision of becoming a global think tank [is] badly needed in an interconnected world.”

– Nicholas Burns
Undersecretary of State
for Political Affairs

“The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace...has established itself as one of the most globally trusted talking-shops.”

The Economist

“It is truly a global think tank…completely and appropriately reflective of the nature of the challenges that we face today.”

– John Kerry
U.S. Senator

“A force for global peace and security for 100 years.”

– John Brennan
Homeland Security Advisor

“An excellent institution that does important work to help establish stronger international laws and organizations.”

– His Royal Highness
Prince Turki Al-Faisal

“The Carnegie Endowment…has for a century been dedicated to understanding and preventing war and its myriad causes.”

– Robert Gates
U.S. Secretary of Defense

“The Carnegie Endowment is known on both sides of the aisle with great deal of respect for your active international engagement….”

– Michael Turner
U.S. Congressman

“[This event is]… a testament to the success that you’ve had in transforming Carnegie… into a truly global think tank.”

– Leon Panetta
U.S. Secretary of Defense

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