2019 Case For Support

Consider joining us In The Arena and give to the McCain Institute: our Case for Support.


Donations to Arizona State University Foundation designated for the McCain Institute

We wish to acknowledge and thank the following individuals, foundations and companies for their generous support, either financially or through in-kind services, of the McCain Institute’s mission and work

  • $100,000 and Above
  • $25,000 – $99,999
  • $1,000 – $24,999

Arizona Public Service Foundation
Michael L. Ashner
Baltic-American Freedom Foundation
The BGR Foundation
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Bloomberg Philanthropies
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Chan Soon-Shiong Family Foundation
Charitable Foundation – Anonymous Gift
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Craig Cogut
Robert A. Day
The Eranda Rothschild Foundation – Sir Evelyn and Lynn Forester de Rothschild
FedEx Corporation
Ford Foundation
Freeport-McMoRan Foundation
GE Foundation
The Harry & Florence Sloan Foundation
Hensley Beverage Company
Hess Foundation, Inc.
Humanity United
The Hungary Initiatives Foundation
Jane and Marc Nathanson Foundation
John Lehman
Libra Group
The Maffei Foundation
McCain Institute Foundation
McCain Presidential Campaign
MEG Energy Corp
MGM Resorts International
James B. Nicholson
Open Society Foundations
Robert Bosch Stiftung
Ronald O. Perelman
The Perelman Family Foundation Inc.
The Pivotal Foundation
Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia
Salt River Project
The Sasakawa Peace Foundation
Simms Mann Family Foundation
Paul E. Singer
The Starr Foundation
Swift Charities
Tides with support from Oak Foundation
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
Wallenberg Foundations AB
Lisa and Greg Wendt

Additionally, the Howard G. Buffett Foundation has provided support for the North Kivu Democracy Project administered by the McCain Institute, as well as for the Next Generation Leaders and Next Generation Professionals programs.

Transatlantic Research and Debate was generously supported by a grant from the European Union.

The Smith Richardson Foundation’s grant supports the project: From Reset to Containment: In Search of a Better U.S. Policy towards Putin’s Russia.

The McCain Institute also received two anonymous donations in support of its efforts countering human trafficking.