Center for Civilians in Conflict (CIVIC) is thankful for the generous support received from all individuals, foundations, governments, multilateral institutions, and companies. Our donors help CIVIC to achieve a world in which no civilian is harmed in conflict. Below you will find a list of our supporters for the 2020 fiscal year (January 1, 2020-December 31, 2020) who gave generous gifts of $1,000 or more.

 

$1,000,000 +

  • Federal Foreign Office of the Federal Republic of Germany | MENA and South Asia Program, Ukraine Program
  • Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office of the United Kingdom | Africa Program
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands | MENA and South Asia Program, Peacekeeping Program
  • Service for Foreign Policy Instruments of the European Commission | Africa Program, Ukraine Program

$100,000 – $999,999

  • Countess Moira Charitable Foundation | General Support
  • Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights | Africa Program
  • Open Society Foundations | General Support, U.S. Program
  • Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency | General Support
  • Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs | Europe Program, UN Program
  • United Nations Development Programme | MENA and South Asia Program
  • Wellspring Philanthropic Fund | General Support

$10,000 – $99,999

  • Akin Gump| General Support
  • Amy Robbins Towers
  • Anonymous
  • Charles Koch Institute | S. Program
  • David Quigley
  • Humanity United | General Support
  • New Venture Fund | S. Program
  • Stiftung Auxilium | General Support

$1,000 – $9,999

  • Amy Maranto
  • Chris Woods
  • Daniel Feldman
  • Danielle Jackson
  • Elizabeth Seuling
  • Erin Segilia Chase
  • Jay Standring
  • Jocelyn Colquhoun
  • John Luongo
  • Margaret Zeigler
  • Matthew Hosford
  • Nancy Hechinger
  • Nancy Ruzicka
  • Paul Prusky
  • Sarah Holewinski
  • Shannon Green
  • Susan and Peter Osnos
  • Thomas McCarthy
  • Thomas Wedell

 

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