In honor of our 100th anniversary, Carnegie Council has established a new donor recognition society for Centennial Founders who make a gift or multi-year pledge of $100,000 or more in 2014. Our goal is to bring together a group of national and international leaders to help us redraw the contours of ethical inquiry so as to meet the greatest challenges of our time.

This exclusive group of Centennial Founders will be invited to participate in our Centennial Founders Visionary Project, where they will document their reasons for supporting Carnegie Council, as well as their hopes for the future of global ethics, through a written document and/or video. This project will be posted on our website in late 2014.

For more information about becoming a Centennial Founder, please contact Karen Deasy at (212) 317-6548 or kdeasy@cceia.org.

CARNEGIE COUNCIL CENTENNIAL FOUNDERS
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Kathleen Cheek-Milby
Jonathan E. Colby
The Dillon Fund (Phyllis D. Collins)
Richard A. Edlin
Anthony L. Faillace
Robert and Ardis James Foundation (Robert G. James)
Donald M. Kendall
Henry Luce Foundation
Charles J. Moed
Katerina and Robert G. Shaw
Uehiro Foundation on Ethics and Education