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List of donors
The list below incorporates grants for research projects and discretionary contributions to research departments; support to the Queen Elizabeth II Academy and its fellowship positions; event sponsorship and delegate fees; corporate membership dues; and philanthropic donations to the institute, including endowment and capital gifts.
Where relevant, the list combines multiple donations from the same organization to show their total contribution to the institute's recognized income over the year.
Bold: Denotes donations that include endowment gifts.
† Chatham House currently lists a total of 554 donors of which 8 have indicated their wish to remain anonymous and this listing reflects their wishes. Our current policy is to reduce the number of supporters who are listed as anonymous to zero. The identities of all donors listed anonymously are known to the institute’s Director and Council.
* The Chatham House Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 tax-exempt charity registered in the United States in 1982. The Foundation is a separate legal entity to Chatham House and has its own board of trustees. It makes grants to Chatham House under its objectives which are to promote the study of international affairs and to bring to an American audience the type of rigorous analysis, independent speakers and members events developed by Chatham House. A list of Chatham House Foundation donors can be found at the bottom of this page.