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Corporate Members


Corporate Council members are a distinguished circle of Crisis Group supporters drawn from senior executives and private sector firms. Contributions to Crisis Group made by Council members support our work in conflict zones and vulnerable states worldwide. Members find our independent analysis directly relevant to their business interests, helping them to check internal assumptions, gain valuable insights, and develop strategies to mitigate against risk.

View Membership Brochure for Corporations.

Crisis Group gratefully acknowledges the following corporate supporters who have enriched our work through their investment and participation in the Council:

President’s Council

A distinguished group of individual and corporate donors providing essential support and expertise to Crisis Group.

  • BP
  • Shearman & Sterling LLP
  • White & Case LLP


International Advisory Council

Corporate and individual supporters who play a key role in Crisis Group’s efforts to prevent deadly conflict.

  • (1) Anonymous
  • APCO Worldwide Inc.
  • Chevron
  • Eni
  • Equinor
  • Ninety One
  • Warburg Pincus and Peder Bratt


Philanthropists for Peace

Over the past decade, the number of wars has grown by nearly 50 per cent, forcing almost 75,000,000 people to flee their homes in 2018 alone. At the same time, the philanthropic response to this crisis has been modest, with less than 1 per cent of donors giving to peace and security causes. Many philanthropists are disheartened by problems related to global conflict, reasoning that they are too large to be tackled at the individual level.

Yet philanthropy does have an impact on the problems of armed conflict, huge as they are, and it does help resolve those problems. Whether you give to help understand a fresh emergency on the ground, to support our dialogue and advocacy work or to sustain the field-based research undergirding our reports and policy recommendations, your gifts and grants save lives.

In thanks and appreciation of our generous corporate supporters, we offer recognition through our special initiative – Philanthropists for Peace and its three societies.

Learn More about Philanthropists for Peace.

Leave a Legacy of Peace

In honour of our 25th anniversary, we are launching a special legacy giving campaign. In a world facing unprecedented challenges to stability and peace, your legacy gift or other planned giving can help Crisis Group look ahead to the next 25 years, working towards a more peaceful, safer future for everyone. Could you consider giving a planned gift and making Crisis Group part of your legacy?

Learn more about planned giving at Crisis Group

Ambassador Council

As part of the special stewardship program, our Individual donors enjoy one of the unique opportunities to nominate a young professional from your network to join the Ambassador Council – a dynamic group of young leaders who are committed to using their talents, influence and expertise, to support Crisis Group in its global mission to prevent and resolve deadly conflicts worldwide.

Learn More About the Ambassador Council.

For additional information about the Ambassador Council, please contact devops@crisisgroup.org.

Contact Us

Contact the Philanthropy Team at: philanthropy@crisisgroup.org

Sarah Pryke

Director of Philanthropy

Hannah Watson

Associate Director, Philanthropy