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You can help to keep Churchill’s Memory alive

The International Churchill Society Associates Program is designed for all who wish to help to keep the memory of Winston S Churchill alive by donating $10,000 or more to assure continued future programming and activities of the International Churchill Society.

Our former Patron, Lady Soames, authorised the naming of our four Associate levels.

Associates names will appear at the National Churchill Library and Center (NCLC) in Washington, D.C., on publications of the Society and on the programs of events sponsored by the Society.  At the level of $100,000 and up there are many named gift opportunities, including a variety of programs and the NCLC.

  • Blenheim Palace Associates – Gifts of $100,000 and over
  • Winston Churchill Associates – Gifts of $50,000 to $99,999
  • Clementine Churchill Associates – Gifts of $25,000 to $49,999
  • Mary Soames Associates – Gifts of $10,000 to $24,999

International Churchill Society Associates may remit their chosen amounts in self-determined installments over four years, and it is possible, now and in the future, to move to a higher level through an additional gift.  Those pledging more than $10,000 may defer any amount over $10,000 through a bequest or later gift.  For example, one may become a Winston Churchill Associate with a gift of $10,000 now, coupled with a bequest of $40,000 substantiated in a memorandum of understanding and a copy of the applicable bequest.  Associate names may include the name of a spouse.

The International Churchill Society is a registered non-profit institution and contributions to the Endowment Fund are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Please consult your tax professional for specific advice.

Blenheim Palace Associates

The following individuals and organisations have qualified as Blenheim Palace Associates by contributing $100,000 or more to the International Churchill Society Endowment Fund.

  • Jack and Barbara Bovender
  • Churchill Heritage, Ltd.
  • Laurence Geller CBE
  • Audrey and Martin Gruss Family Foundation
  • Michael Michelson
  • Alice and Harry Stillman Family Foundation

Winston Churchill Associates

The following individuals and organisations have qualified as Winston Churchill Associates by contributing $50,000 to $99,999 to the International Churchill Society Endowment Fund.

  • Annenberg Foundation
  • David & Diane Boler
  • Samuel D. Dodson
  • Fred Farrow
  • Marcus & Molly Frost
  • William and Gretchen Kimball Fund
  • Mr. & Mrs. Parker Lee
  • Michael & Carol McMenamin
  • David & Carole Noss
  • Ray & Pat Orban
  • Wendy Reves
  • Elizabeth Churchill Snell
  • Matthew Wills
  • Alex M. Worth, Jr.

Clementine Churchill Associates

The following individuals and organisations have qualified as Clementine Churchill Associates by contributing between $25,000 and $49,999 to the International Churchill Society Endowment Fund.

  • Ronald Abramson
  • Winston S. Churchill
  • Jeanette & Angelo Gabriel
  • Craig & Lorraine Horn
  • James F. Lane
  • John Mather
  • Linda & Charles Platt
  • Ambassador & Mrs. Paul H. Robinson
  • James & Lucille Thomas
  • Peter Travers

Mary Soames Associates

The following individuals and organisations have qualified to be Mary Soames Associates by contributing between $10,000 and $24,999 to the International Churchill Society Endowment Fund.

  • Dr. & Mrs. John V. Banta
  • Solveig & Randy Barber
  • Gary & Beverly Bonine
  • Susan & Dan Borinsky
  • Nancy Bowers Lois Brown
  • Carolyn & Paul Brubaker
  • Nancy H. Canary
  • Dona & Bob Dales
  • Jeffrey & Karen De Haan
  • Gary Garrison Fred & Martha Hardman
  • Leo Hindery Bill & Virginia Ives
  • J. Willis Johnson
  • Jerry & Judy Kambestad
  • Elaine Kendall David & Barbara Kirr
  • Barbara & Richard Langworth
  • Philip & Susan Larson
  • Ruth Lavine
  • Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Leahy
  • Philip & Carole Lyons
  • Richard & Susan Mastio
  • Cyril & Harriet Mazansky
  • James & Judith Muller
  • Wendell & Martina Musser
  • Bond Nichols
  • Earl & Charlotte Nicholson
  • Bob & Sandy Odell
  • Dr. & Mrs. Malcolm Page
  • Ruth & John Plumpton
  • The Hon Douglas Russell
  • Daniel & Suzanne Sigman
  • Shanin Specter
  • Robert M. Stephenson
  • Richard & Jenny Streiff
  • Gabriel Urwitz Damon Wells, Jr.
  • Jacqueline Dean Witter

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