The AMS is a 501c3 non profit. Gifts to the Marshall 2020 will be matched dollar for dollar by Marshall Scholar Reid Hoffman (1990).
If you would like to give your gift in honor or memory of someone, please notify us in writing of the details: Admin@marshallscholars.com.
If you wish to learn more about Estate giving or would like to make a gift specific purpose, please contact the AMS Executive Director to discuss in confidence.
You may also contribute by sending a check payable to The Association of Marshall Scholars, Inc. to AMS, 474a 16th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215, or by calling (917) 818-1267.
AMS Donations are used for:
Regional eventswith Marshall Scholars around the US, such as an off-the-record conversation on the Art of Diplomacy with Dr. Henry Kissinger and Carnegie Endowment President, Bill Burns (1978).
The Marshall Forum / Annual meetingof Marshall alumni, is a US-UK Strategic and Economic Dialogue engaging leaders and Marshall Scholars across disciplines in discussion about key transatlantic issues.
Grants for current scholarsincluding limited tuition support and, Marshall Xtra funding, a significant grant program to enable Marshall Scholars to deepen their Scholarship experience and explorations of life in the United Kingdom.
Marshall Digital Portraitsthe AMS and Dan Rather are producing a digital video series that aims to address critical issues of our time–highlighting ways in which the work of Marshall Scholars is impacting significant global challenges.
US-UK Legislative Exchange programa pilot exchange between British MPs and members of the United States Congress including briefs and discussion with an array of experts, scholars and private sector leaders.
Newsletters, Polls and Regular Marshall Communicationshighlighting work by Marshall Scholars and ongoing public perceptions of US-UK ties.
Donations explicitly restricted to the alumni scholarship fund will help endow 1-2 scholarships in perpetuity:
To augment rather than replace the ongoing British funding of the Scholarships
To signal to the U.K. sponsors the depth of support among the alumni and thereby solidify support in the U.K. government
To secure the long-term sustainability of the Scholarship