About The Stanley Foundation
The Stanley Foundation advances multilateral action to create fair, just, and lasting solutions to critical issues of peace and security. The foundation’s work is built on a belief that greater international cooperation will improve global governance and enhance global citizenship. The organization values its Midwestern roots and family heritage as well as its role as a nonpartisan, private operating foundation.
The Stanley Foundation seeks a secure peace with freedom and justice, built on global citizenship and effective global governance.
The Stanley Foundation advances multilateral action to create fair, just, and lasting solutions to critical issues of peace and security.
Core Values are statements that convey important philosophies of the foundation and are used in concert with the Vision and Mission statements to guide the foundation in decision making.
C. Maxwell and Elizabeth M. Stanley created the Stanley Foundation in 1956. Max Stanley was a professional engineer, businessman, and world citizen. His deep interest in global security and international organizations in an increasingly interdependent world were reflected in his extensive writing and speaking. Betty Stanley shared her husband’s interest in world affairs. She supported the arts, encouraged environmental responsibility, and worked to improve education.
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