The American-Scottish Foundation®

Summer has finally arrived and the American-Scottish Foundation® invites members and friends to become involved in all that the Foundation is undertaking.

Our E-News brings you monthly updates and if you are not already receiving our newsletters you may register here to receive them.

Details of Membership, both individual and corporate, are available.

If you have questions, please call the ASF Office on 212 605 0338.

 



Featured Events

October 15, 2014
The Scots' New York Landmarks

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November 14, 2014

Wallace Award® Gala Dinner

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November 15, 2014
Scottish North American Leadership Roundtable, New York City

Discussions 10am-4pm. Talk & Reception 5-8pm in association with the University of Aberdeen. Call (212) 605-0338 for details.





Led by the New York Metro Pipe Band, members and friends of ASF marched up Sixth Avenue NYC on April 5, 2014, in the 16th Annual New York Tartan Day Parade!


Thank you all, for marching with us!


Our Mission

The mission of The American-Scottish Foundation®, an international not-for-profit organization, is to establish links and strengthen ties between Scotland and the United States, through the pursuit of contemporary social, cultural, educational, and business activities.

The mission remains as relevant today as when ASF was founded in 1956 by Lord Malcolm Douglas-Hamilton - to champion the extraordinary relationship between the peoples of Scotland and the United States - a bridge between the two great countries - seeking to strengthen & support the future of the Scottish American diaspora, and its legacy.

 


Support Us

There are many ways to support the Foundation, including: attending events; being a member; making donations; and serving on a committee.

Our programs are varied and our Initiatives section showcases particular areas of ASF's work, enabling gifting to programs which you specifically wish to support.

www.americanscottishfoundation.org