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Since our founding in 1981, donors understood how philanthropy elevates and empowers our students and faculty. Private support helps create the future for the Carter School and we invite you to join our giving community. Together, we can advance our shared goals for a more peaceful and resilient global society. 

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4
Endowed Chairs at the Carter School
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43%
of the Carter School's Research is Funded by Philanthropy
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$70,000
in Scholarships Awarded Annually
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100%
of Students Engaged in Experiential Learning Opportunities
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120
Scenic Acres at Point of View, our Retreat and Research Center
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4
Endowed Chairs at the Carter School

We recognize annual donors of $2,500 and above within the President’s Circle. These generous donors are committed to the Carter School's success and mission of educating future conflict resolution thought leaders.

Sustained monthly giving allows us to respond to an urgent need or opportunity for real-world engagement. Donors who give with a monthly pledge are among those most loyal to our community.

The Carter School has a proud history of legacy gifts. This support provides benefits to future generations of Carter School students—and meaningful engagement for donors and those closest to them.       

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Alumni Give Back to the Next Generation
High school students participating in the Conflict Resolution Youth Summit listen to Merri Davis, ’80, MS ’16, PhD ’19 and her lecture titled “The Arts as a Catalyst for Social and Political Change in America."
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A Place to Find Common Ground
Edwin and Helen Lynch's generous donation of their home and 120 acres of surrounding property allowed us to create Point of View, a world-class retreat facility dedicated to peace. Your gift would help us build overnight facilities and expand programming.
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A Class of New Practitioners, Ready to Spread Their Wings
Kevin Avruch, former dean of the Carter School, speaks to the graduating class in May 2016. Your gift could fund scholarships that help students such as these spread a message of peace throughout the world.
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Connecting Students with the World
Students talk with Victoria Barnett, PhD '12, a Carter School alum and director of the program on ethics and religion at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Private support creates learning opportunities beyond the classroom.
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