How is the Foundation funded?

Initial funds for the Allied Educational Foundation were contributed beginning in 1964 by the public, industry, labor and financial institutions, the aim and objective being to create an independent organization with the goal of not only educating working Americans, but to participate in the direction of change by applying the principles espoused by founder George Barasch. Since that time, the Foundation has relied on these funds in addition to the support of a small group of donors to grow and expand its education, health, and legal advocacy programs as well as support administrative expenses. As AEF has evolved, we are seeking a wider audience with whom to communicate and to enable the American Public to help fund and guide our initiatives in a way that better serves the individual of today’s world.