Eisenhower Fellowships is a 501(c)(3) organization funded largely through private sector contributions, including a private endowment accrued over the years.
For detailed information about our finances, click here to access our most recent annual Business Plans, Audited Statements of Accounts and IRS Forms 990 and Annual Report.
OUR JOB IS TO SUPPORT THOSE WHO CREATE CHANGE IN THE WORLD
Eisenhower Fellowships is one of our country’s premier global leadership programs, a private, independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit international exchange. Based in Philadelphia, for more than sixty years, Eisenhower Fellowships has helped exceptional mid-career professionals from around the world engage with a dynamic network of global leaders who are focused on doing what they do well: making the world more peaceful, prosperous and just.
SUPPORTING EISENHOWER FELLOWSHIPS
Help Eisenhower Fellowships provide life changing fellowships to the world’s top change-makers, and accelerate their positive impact. There are multiple ways to support us:
Contributions via checks can be sent via mail to:
Erica Cheslock, Development Officer
250 South 16th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Contributions via credit card can be made with all major credit cards.
Contributions via wire transfers and gifts of stock. Please contact Erica Cheslock at (215) 965-1971 or email email@example.com for more information. Eisenhower Fellowships is a 501(c)(3) organization under the US tax code. All transactions are nonrefundable.
We accept gifts of securities and bequests as part of our planned giving program or contact Carolyn Gretzinger, Senior Development Officer, at (215) 965-1968 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Eisenhower Fellowships will not sell, trade or share personal information about donors with any outside person or organization, except to comply with financial reporting requirements of the U.S Internal Revenue Service and our external auditing firm. Eisenhower Fellowships will not send mailings to our donors on behalf of other persons or organizations.
Eisenhower Fellowships publishes annually a list of the names of donors, divided into ranges of contribution, without personal contact information. Eisenhower Fellowships excludes from the list the names of donors who wish to remain anonymous.