The American-Scandinavian Foundation Annual Donor Support

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The American-Scandinavian Foundation Annual Donor Support


The American-Scandinavian Foundation is grateful to the many individuals, corporations, and foundations that have generously contributed financial and in-kind support to the Foundation. These gifts ensure that the ASF will continue to promote international understanding through education and cultural exchange between the United States and the five Nordic nations. This list of donors reflects gifts and pledges made to the Foundation during the fiscal year ending June 30,2016.

PRESIDENT'S CIRCLE

$100,000 and above

Delafield Trust

Asbjprn R. Lunde

The Vincent Mulford Foundation / Christian and Sally Sonne

$50,000 and above

Inger G. and William B. Ginsberg

Hon. Charles A. and Mrs. Monika Heimbold / The Heimbold Foundation

Norway House Foundation

The Barbro Osher Pro Suecia Foundation

Vilhelm M. Reimann Trust Scandinavian Seminar

LEADERS

$25,000 and above

Lena Biörck Kaplan

Hon. and Mrs. John Loeb, Jr.

Össur, hf

Laureen and Ragnar Meyer-Knutsen

Starr Foundation

The G. Unger Vetlesen Foundation

PATRONS

$15,000 and above

Andersen Family Trust/ Estate of Marta Andersen

DNB Bank ASA

SPONSORS

$10,000 and above

Alcoa Foundation

D. Euan and Angelica Merete Baird

Charles Barbo

Danske Markets Inc.

Anders Ekernäs

Hon. and Mrs. Edward E. Elson

Sophie and Peter Herzig

Mr. and Mrs. Trond Jensen

The Leif Hoegh Foundation

Statoil North America

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Strickler, Jr.

WLHI/ARC

Hon. Michael M. and Judy Wood

Anonymous

BENEFACTORS

$5,000 and above

Jean M. Arneberg

Atlantika, Inc

Ingrid I. Bernhard

Pontus Bonnier

Klaus T. Cawén

Alpo F. and Marjorie Crane / The Raymond E. & Ellen F. Crane Foundation

Daphne L. Davidson and Thomas Schwartz

Mrs. Brigitta Tyra Dill

Michelle V. Edelman

Bente Svensen Frantz

Katherine K. Goldsmith

Holland & Knight

Icelandair

Christina Lang Assael / The Assael Foundation

Linda and Gerald Nordberg

Anna and Ólafur Johann Ólafsson

Peri & Stewart LLC

Dr. and Mrs. Kristján T. Ragnarsson

Dr. David L. Reich

Hlippa and Joe Roby

Scan I Design Foundation by Inger & Jens Brun

Ellen C.L.Simmons/ The Otter Island Foundation

Bente Strong

C. Peter Strong

The Capital Group Companies

Agnes Ahlander Turner and Jedediah H.K. Turner

Liv Ullmann

Thórunn Wathne

CONTRIBUTORS

$1,000 and above

The American-Scandinavian Society of New York

Solveig Andersen

Mr. Charles B. and Deborah Anderson

Karl and Louise Andren

Gifts in memory of Tor B.

Arneberg

Avinor Oslo Airport

Tekla Back

Hon. Stuart A. Bernstein

Paula and Victor B. Borge

Anders C. Brag

Thomas C.T. Brokaw

Bârd E. and Barbara Bunaes /

The Bârd and Barbara Bunaes Family Fund

Vigdis and Gavin Burke

Laufey Bustany

William Grant Callow II

Edward 0. Carney

Lynn Carter

Kensha M. Clark

Hon. Charles E. Cobb, Jr. / The Cobb Family Foundation

Bobbi and Barry Coller

The Consulate General of Finland, New York

The Consulate General of Sweden, New York

Eggert Dagbjartsson and Bjorg Bergsveinsdottir

David E. R Dangoor

The Danish Arts Foundation

DeWitt Stern Group

Yvonne Ericson Dryden

Inger M. Elliott

Richard Fain

Michael and Sanna Feirstein / The Michael and Sanna Feirstein Family Foundation

Peter Flinch

Aili Flint

Edward P. …

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