The Foreign Service Youth Foundation receives funding from many sources including corporate sponsors, individual donors, membership dues, publication sales, and program service fees. In fiscal year 2009, we expect to receive more than 92% of our revenue from the following eleven (11) corporate sponsors. Without their generous support, FSYF would struggle to accomplish its mission. Please join us in thanking them with your business.
Founded in 1947 to fulfill the insurance needs of the Foreign Service, Clements is a leading provider of insurance for expatriates, international schools, multinational businesses and relief organizations. With customers in more than 170 countries around the globe, Clements understands the unique challenges and opportunities facing Foreign Service youth and their families.
GEICO— Government Employee Insurance Company — was founded over 75 years ago as the Government Employees Insurance Company to serve the insurance needs of federal employees. Today, GEICO’s remains dedicated to the federal workforce and Federal employees could get a special discount to save even more.
The State Department Federal Credit Union is a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative that offers a wide range of low-cost products and services designed specifically to meet the needs of Department of State employees. SDFCU demonstrates a commitment to its members and the State Department community in many ways, including support of the Foreign Service Youth Foundation.
Peake Management, Inc. is a residential property management company located in McLean, Virginia that was founded in 1982 by a Foreign Service family. It provides full management services, including marketing, tenant screening, leasing, maintenance and accounting to Foreign Service, World Bank and military clients. In operation for more than 25 years, Peake Management remains a family business and continues to offer a personal touch and a unique understanding of the Foreign Service lifestyle.
The Associates of the American Foreign Service Worldwide (AAFSW) is a non-profit, membership organization that has been representing Foreign Service spouses, employees and retirees since 1960. AAFSW is an independent advocate for its membership, giving members a stronger voice when working on common concerns and a chance to enjoy shared interests.
The American Foreign Service Association (AFSA), established in 1924, is the professional association of the United States Foreign Service. With nearly 14,000 dues-paying members, AFSA represents 23,000 active and retired Foreign Service employees of the Department of State and Agency for International Development (AID), as well as smaller groups in the Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS), U.S. & Foreign Commercial Service (FCS), and International Broadcasting Bureau (IBB).
McGrath Real Estate founders Edward and Margaret McGrath understood the special management needs of home owners who are transferred overseas because they were once in the Foreign Service themselves. Since 1976, McGrath has set the standard for representing Foreign Service Officers, World Bank Executives and educated investors in every aspect of residential property management in Northern Virginia. Today, the business is in the hands of their son, Jim McGrath, himself a former Foreign Service youth.
St. Timothy’s is a private school for girls in Maryland – serving boarding and day students grades 9 – 12 – with an unparalleled setting, strong community, comprehensive resources, and premier education based on the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IB).
Oakwood Falls Church is one of the most popular temporary housing locations for many Foreign Affairs officers and their families. It offers a fantastic location minutes from Washington DC, located in the Northern Virginia School District, with Newly Renovated Apartments, a spectacular new clubhouse with state-of-the-art fitness center, business center; upgraded hallways, elevators & Free shuttle to Metro. Near I-66 & I-495, just minutes from Tyson's Corner shopping, D.C., & Reagan Nat'l Airport.