Building The Future Through Education
The binational approach is the hallmark that distinguishes the Fulbright academic exchange program from most other exchange programs either private or public. The primary funding comes from the Government of the United States with support from the Government of the Hellenic Republic.
The growth of the Fulbright Scholarship Program also relies on the invaluable support from other foundations, organizations, corporations and individuals both in Greece and in the United States.
The Fulbright Foundation gratefully acknowledges the continued support of its donors. Visit below links to see the Current Donors and a list of Donors per academic year.
'Education', as Senator Fulbright once said, 'may be slow moving, but carries within it immense power'.
Donors for academic year 2019-2020
FOUNDATIONS & ORGANIZATIONS
John F. Costopoulos Foundation
John S. Latsis Public Benefit Foundation
A.G. Leventis Foundation
George P. Livanos Foundation
Stavros Niarchos Foundation
Coca Cola Hellas S.A.
Eurobank Asset Management
Intracom Holdings S.A.
National Bank of Greece
Procter & Gamble Hellas S.A.
A.G. Spanos Companies
EDUCATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, ASSOCIATIONS & INDIVIDUALS
Athens College – Hellenic-American Educational Foundation
The International Propeller Club - Port of Piraeus
Salzburg Global Seminar
Santa Fe Art Institute
BUILDING THE FUTURE THROUGH EDUCATION
The primary funding for the Fulbright Foundation in Greece comes from the Government of the United States with support from the Government of the Hellenic Republic.The Foundation wishes to acknowledge the numerous individuals who offer their support through pro bono services, as well as those who supported the “Fulbright Alumni Arts Series: Art Supports Education” grassroots fundraising initiative.