Our Financial Supporters

The Quincy Institute is grateful to the generous donors who make possible our efforts to fundamentally transform U.S. foreign policy away from endless war preparation and war making. We thank all who have supported Quincy Institute since its founding in the summer of 2019. We update this list every six months and add any new donations of $250,000 or above on a rolling basis.

$500k – Above

Carnegie Corporation of New York
Peaceshares Fund
Stand Together Trust
Salkind Family

$250k – $499k

Ford Foundation
Open Society Policy Center
Shagbark Hickory Fund at Fidelity Charitable
Michael J. Zak

$100k – $249k

The Arca Foundation
Bluebell Foundation
Colombe Peace Foundation
Fong Family Foundation
The Giustra International Foundation
Nasiri Foundation
Pivotal Foundation – F. Francis Najafi
Rockefeller Brothers Fund

$50k – $99k

East West Bank Foundation
William and Mary Greve Foundation
Handjani Foundation
Brian Hinchcliffe
Ploughshares Fund
Purple Action
Saperstein Family Fund

$25k – $49k

Katrina vanden Heuvel
Amed Khan
The Streisand Foundation

$10k – $24k

The van Agtmael Family Charitable Fund
Andrew Bacevich
Shaun Barnes
Bond Charitable Gift Fund
Beverly Dale
Mary and Paul Fox Charitable Fund
Keker Family Foundation
George Long
Prospect Hill Foundation
Rennels Forsyth Charitable Fund
Joseph de Rivera
Samuel Rubin Foundation
James & Ann Shea
John Strand

$5k – $9k

Steven R. Chanen
James Fitzgerald
The Lu Foundation
Catherine Lutz
Jonathan Marshall & Lorraine Goldin
Eugene Mesgar
The Pakis Family Foundation
Rauch Foundation
Ahmad Shams