Message from the President · Apr 2013

  • April 1, 2013

Message from the President · Apr 2013

  • April 1, 2013

We are pleased to inform you that FPRI’s Annual Champagne Brunch at the Four Seasons Hotel in Philadelphia, sponsored by Beneficial Bank, will feature an address by Jeremy Black, the renowned British historian, on the state of Europe – from the financial crisis to the plethora of secession issues to the revelation of critical military shortages.   What to make of these multiple crisies?  And what do they mean for us?

Few are better equipped than FPRI Senior Fellow Jeremy Black to illuminate these issues.  An exceptional speaker, Black is the author of over 100 books and is the recipient of the Society of Military History’s Samuel Eliot Morison Prize for Lifetime Achievement.  To take place on Sunday, April 14, the event begins with a reception at 12:00, followed by brunch at 12:30 and the address by Black at 1:15, closing at 2:30. 

This event is exclusively for Bronze Partners ($2,500), who  receive 2 seats at the Annual Brunch – as well as 2 seats at FPRI’s  Annual Dinner in November, and other special partnership events throughout the year.  Higher level partners receive even more benefits. For information and to make a partnership contribution, just visit us at:

/support/partnerships

Your partnership contribution helps support:

  • Research vital to identifying ways to ensure our nation’s security and to understanding critical events around the world, from China’s rise to Europe’s decline to the upheaval sweeping the Mideast to the emergence of cyberwar.
  • A nationally acclaimed education program for high school teachers conducted by FPRI’s Butcher History Institute that this year will feature an unusual weekend-long program on “The Creation of Liberal Democracy: Did It Happen in Philadelphia by Accident?”
  • Publications that are distributed worldwide to key people in government, the military, media, academia, and business.

Help us build FPRI 2.0 and become a key participant in one of the nation’s top ranked think tank (under $5 million) – right here in Philadelphia.

Sincerely,

Alan H. Luxenberg
President
Foreign Policy Research Institute