George C. Marshall International Center

George C. Marshall International Center

The George C. Marshall International Center brings to life the timeless values of selfless service an As a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, the George C.

We educate and inspire the leaders of today and tomorrow to live out General Marshall’s enduring example of ethical leadership. We maintain historic Dodona Manor, General Marshall’s home, as a museum and educational facility to preserve the legacy of an American icon who led the U.S. Army to victory in World War II and promoted post-war peace, democratic values and prosperity through the Marshall

01/04/2024

Feb 9-10 Ethical Leadership Conference for High School Juniors and Seniors: We invite future leaders to apply for our winter session!

A few seats remain open for the February session of Five-Star Character: The George C. Marshall Ethical Leadership Conference for high school juniors and seniors. This free program, held in the Town of Leesburg, Virginia, provides students the opportunity to shape their approach to leadership and decision-making drawing on the life of one of the most remarkable and influential leaders in American history.

Our fall session was a great success – we were proud to host an engaged and energetic group that dove in and made the most of the experience.

Participants are also eligible for $1,000 post-secondary education scholarship opportunities.

https://www.georgecmarshall.org/elc-application

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You're probably aware that Taylor Swift was named TIME’s Person of the Year for 2023. While Swift is partial to cats, General Marshall – who received TIME’s annual honor twice – was a dog-lover.

Although Marshall was averse to the spotlight, his historic role in defending freedom and advancing democracy demanded recognition and respect.

In 1943 (“He Armed the Republic”), TIME recognized Marshall for his leadership in organizing U.S. actions in World War II as U.S. Army Chief of Staff. In 1947 (“Help for Those who Needed It”) he was heralded for spearheading the European Recovery Plan that bore his name (the Marshall Plan) as Secretary of State.

12/31/2023

On this day in 1880, George C. Marshall was born.

As we marked the 70th anniversary of George C. Marshall receiving the Nobel Peace Prize this year, the strength of Marshall’s leadership, character and humanity have been in sharp focus.

Winston Churchill called him “the organizer of victory in World War II,” and President Truman called him the greatest military man that this country ever produced.” We could not say it better.

We are proud to serve as stewards of his legacy and to engage and inspire future leaders to emulate General Marshall’s example.

Donate to the Marshall Center | George C Marshall International Center Inc (Powered by Donorbox) 12/28/2023

Last chance for 2023 tax-deductible donations!

As you close the books on financial planning for 2023, we hope you consider giving to the George C. Marshall International Center. Your donations support our work to maintain historic Dodona Manor and educate and inspire the leaders of today and tomorrow to live out General Marshall’s enduring example of ethical leadership, based on the pillars of Selfless Service, Unwavering Integrity and Visionary Leadership.
Donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.

We appreciate your support!

Donate to the Marshall Center | George C Marshall International Center Inc (Powered by Donorbox) It is a privilege to count you among the supporters who believe in our mission. Thank you for considering a year-end contribution to the Marshall Center. Our shared future is promising, and we are thrilled you are part of it!

12/27/2023

Thank you to our generous sponsors who made 2023 such a resounding success!

This year, which marked the 70th anniversary of George C. Marshall accepting the Nobel Peace Prize, has been one to remember.

We thank you for your support of the George C. Marshall International Center and our mission of translating Marshall’s example to inspire the leaders of today and tomorrow: Fortinet, Monoc Securities, JARS Residential Properties, Toth Financial, NeoSystems LLC,EIT 2.0, AFCEA International, LMI, Tom Greenspon, Shawn Hendon, REHAU Americas, Fortinet, Dewberry, The Fratelli Group, Bank of Clarke, 155 Strategies, Presidential Bank, McCandlish Lillard, NOVEC, Dr. Edgar Hatrick III, Fluor Corporation, DB4, Shirley Pearson, Loudoun County Public Library, Cognitio, Falcons Landing Retirement Community, Bear Chase Brewing Company,Hypori, Boulder Crest Foundation, Arvasoft LLC, Kathleen Galvin & Helen Aikman, AUSA George Washington Chapter, You've Got Maids, Mitchell Burns & Co, Eyetopia, Inc. - The Eyewear Vault, Innovative Management Concepts, Inc., Terri Adams, Cucinamore, LLC, Stacey Metcalfe, OG Media, Maid Brigade, Veterans Moving Forward and Loudoun Therapeutic Riding.

12/21/2023

As 2023 comes to a close, we want to express our profound gratitude to our devoted and talented family of volunteers and docents who commit their time and effort to making Dodona Manor the gem it is.

Your work over the past year – guiding tours, greeting visitors, maintaining and enhancing Dodona Manor and our beautiful gardens, helping with events and educational programs – has been truly remarkable.

A special thank you to Marshall Historian Rachel Yarnell Thompson for dedicating her time and sharing her expertise with our future leaders at our Ethical Leadership Conference sessions for high school students!

The selflessness and commitment to service of our wonderful team continues to be an inspiration. Happy Holidays to all!

Foreign Policy Forum - Space and National Security — George C. Marshall International Center 12/19/2023

Foreign Policy Forum on Space and National Security: Join us Thursday 12/21 at Noon ET for a Zoom discussion with Michael D. Griffin, Co-Founder and Co-President of LogiQ, Inc., a company providing high-end management, scientific and technical consulting services.

Griffin was previously the U.S. Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering, and in that role shared responsibility with the Deputy Under Secretary for research, development and prototyping activities within the Department of Defense.

Foreign Policy Forum - Space and National Security — George C. Marshall International Center SPACE AND NATIONAL SECURITY DISCUSSION WITH MIKE GRIFFIN

2023 MPTW Lighting Ceremony 12/13/2023

Looking to get in the holiday spirit? Stop by Dodona Manor any time this month and check out our Marshall Plan Tree Walk display, which combines the magic of the holidays with recognition of the Marshall Plan countries. The tree walk features 18 beautifully decorated trees representing the U.S. and the 17 European nations that participated in the European Recovery Program.

A big thank you to our generous sponsors who make it possible for us to present this unique experience to the public free of charge, including: Fortinet, Monoc Securities, Paul and Emily Michaels, Arvasoft LLC, Kathleen Galvin & Helen Aikman, AUSA George Washington Chapter, You've Got Maids, Mitchell Burns & Co Eyetopia, Inc. - The Eyewear Vault, Innovative Management Concepts, Inc., Terri Adams, Cucinamore, LLC, OG Media, Integrativechiro_va and Maid Brigade of Loudoun & Western Fairfax Counties.

2023 MPTW Lighting Ceremony On December 2, 2023, 100 revelers gathered at Dodona Manor in Leesburg for the 4th annual Marshall Plan Tree Walk Lighting. Each tree is decorated to commemo...

Why I Love Loudoun: Valérie Beaudoin 12/07/2023

Featuring our own Valérie Beaudoin, learn about General Marshall’s favorite local restaurant and equestrian skills (via Loudoun Now) ...

Why I Love Loudoun: Valérie Beaudoin Montreal-born Beaudoin moved to Loudoun in 2007 to work as a software project manager. In 2020, she was appointed executive director of the George C. Marshall International Center (Dodona Manor)

U.S. Army Chief of Staff, George C. Marshall, visits 6th Army Headquarters during...HD Stock Footage 12/07/2023

80 years ago this month, General Marshall visited Gen. Douglas MacArthur at his field headquarters in New Guinea.

Check out this high-definition vintage newsreel footage of Marshall’s visit in December of 1943:

U.S. Army Chief of Staff, George C. Marshall, visits 6th Army Headquarters during...HD Stock Footage CriticalPast is an archive of historic footage. The vintage footage in this video has been uploaded for research purposes, and is presented in unedited form....

Marshall Plan Tree Walk Opens With a Flare — George C. Marshall International Center 12/06/2023

Thank you to all who attended our 2023 Marshall Plan Tree Walk on Saturday! Special thanks to the Norwegian Embassy in Washington,the French Embassy in the U.S. and the Embassy of Portugal, Washington D.C. for joining us.

Marshall Plan Tree Walk Opens With a Flare — George C. Marshall International Center Holiday Tree Display Open to Public Until January

12/04/2023

Add the 2023 Marshall Center ornament to your collection! This year, in honor of the 70th Anniversary celebration of George C. Marshall accepting the Nobel Peace Prize, our commemorative ornament showcases the award.

The ornament is crafted from wood by local artisan Rugged & Rustic Creations. Order yours today!
https://www.georgecmarshall.org/gift-shop/ornaments

Marshall Plan Tree Walk Opening — George C. Marshall International Center 12/01/2023

REMINDER: Dodona Manor’s signature holiday event kicks off tomorrow – Saturday, December 2, at 4 p.m. – with our annual outdoor tree lighting ceremony. Join us for hot apple cider and s’mores (courtesy of Purely Picnics VA) while exploring our 17 beautifully decorated trees, each representing a European nation that participated in the Marshall Plan.

The event is free, open to the public and perfect for kids and families. Parking is available at the Pennington Lot (112 Church Street NE) with shuttle service by Cartwheels. We ask that you not park in the commercial parking lots adjacent to Dodona Manor.

This year we are celebrating the 70th anniversary of Secretary Marshall’s acceptance of the Nobel Peace Prize on December 10, 1953. Don’t worry if you miss the lighting, our tree walk will be open to the public until January!

We are adding a special element to our opening festivities with a handbell performance of holiday favorites by Music to Free, a non-profit performance group that brings handbell programs to low/fixed-income senior living centers, veteran rehabilitation programs and addiction treatment programs.

Marshall Plan Tree Walk Opening — George C. Marshall International Center Join us for our signature holiday event!

Marshall and The Tehran Conference - The George C. Marshall Foundation 11/30/2023

80th Anniversary of the Tehran Conference. General Marshall attended this top secret meeting with U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin in Tehran, Iran, between November 28 and December 1, 1943. During the conference, Roosevelt chose Eisenhower to lead Overlord, the invasion of Normandy.

From our friends at the George C. Marshall Foundation: “As of December 2, 1943, General Marshall believed he would be designated Supreme Allied Commander of OVERLORD, but just two days later Marshall heard from Harry Hopkins that General ‘Hap’ Arnold and Admiral Ernest King had expressed doubts to Roosevelt about allowing Marshall to leave his post in Washington.”

“In recounting these events years later, Marshall stated: ‘The President had me call at his villa…where in response to his question, I made virtually the same reply I made to Hopkins. I recall saying that I would not attempt to estimate my capabilities; the President would have to do that; I merely wished to make it clear that whatever the decision, I would go along with it wholeheartedly; that the issue was too great for any personal feeling to be considered. I did not discuss the pros and cons of the matter. As I recall, the President stated in completing our conversation, ‘I feel I could not sleep at night with you out of the country.’”

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Marshall and The Tehran Conference - The George C. Marshall Foundation Note: This article was originally published November 3, 2017. The Tehran Conference, codenamed EUREKA and held November 28-December 1, 1943,... Read more »

11/28/2023

This , please support the George C. Marshall International Center and our work to educate and inspire the leaders of today and tomorrow to live out General Marshall’s enduring example of ethical leadership – a mission we believe is more important now than ever.

We are proud to maintain historic Dodona Manor, General Marshall’s home, as a museum and educational facility to preserve the legacy of an American icon who led the U.S. Army to victory in World War II and promoted post-war peace, democratic values and prosperity through the Marshall Plan.

We are grateful for your support!

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11/22/2023

80 years ago today, General Marshall attended the Cairo Conference with U.S. President Roosevelt, U.K. Prime Minister Churchill and Chinese President Chiang Kai-shek.

The historic meetings held in November and December of 1943 between the United States, the United Kingdom and China addressed the Allied war effort against the Empire of Japan and generated decisions about the future of Asia.

Since the conference coincided with the Thanksgiving holiday, President Roosevelt carved “two enormous turkeys for all with masterly, indefatigable skill” for 20 guests, including Marshall.

We wish all a happy and healthy Thanksgiving 2023!

Over 300 Guests Honor Nations’ Veterans at Dodona Manor — George C. Marshall International Center 11/17/2023

Over 300 Guests Honor Nations’ Veterans at Dodona Manor

A beautiful fall day greeted a proud and patriotic crowd of military veterans, honored guests, families and friends who gathered at Dodona Manor to pay tribute to our nation’s veterans on November 11.

Chairman of the Marshall Center Board of Directors Thomas Greenspon, Town of Leesburg, Virginia Mayor Kelly Burk and Loudoun County Government Board of Supervisors Chair Phyllis J. Randall welcomed the distinguished gathering of guests, which included representatives from Boulder Crest Foundation, VFW Post 1177 and The American Legion Post 34.

Brigadier General Adam Volant (US Army, Ret.) delivered a stirring keynote tribute to America’s veterans: “We all each of us stand on the shoulder of giants and their legacy – people before us who did difficult things,” said Volant. “Their service is essential to our freedom and our way of life. We are indeed grateful for their sacrifice.”

The George C. Marshall International Center wishes to express its sincere gratitude to its 2023 Veterans Day sponsors, supporters and friends, including: including: Monoc Securities, NeoSystems LLC, EIT 2.0, Dewberry 155 Strategies, Bank of Clarke, Fortinet Federal, REHAU Americas, Dr. Edgar Hatrick III, McCandlish & Lillard, Falcons Landing Retirement Community, Presidential Bank, Shirley Pearson, Fluor Corporation, Loudoun County Public Library, Bear Chase Brewing, LMI, Hypori and Toth Financial.

Over 300 Guests Honor Nations’ Veterans at Dodona Manor — George C. Marshall International Center A beautiful fall day greeted a proud and patriotic crowd of military veterans, honored guests, families and friends who gathered at Dodona Manor to pay tribute to our nation’s veterans on November 11.

Marshall Plan Tree Walk Opening — George C. Marshall International Center 11/16/2023

Marshall Plan Tree Walk Lights Up on December 2!

Dodona Manor’s signature holiday event kicks off on Saturday, December 2, at 4:00 p.m. with our annual outdoor tree lighting ceremony. Bundle up and join us for hot apple cider and s’mores (courtesy of Purely Picnics VA) while exploring our 17 beautifully decorated trees, each representing a European nation that participated in the Marshall Plan.

This year we are celebrating the 70th anniversary of Secretary Marshall’s acceptance of the Nobel Peace Prize on December 10, 1953. Please join us to mark this historic commemoration.
We are adding a special element to our opening festivities with a handbell performance of holiday favorites by Music to Free, a non-profit performance group that brings handbell programs to low/fixed-income senior living centers, veteran rehabilitation programs and addiction treatment programs.

The event is free, open to the public and perfect for kids and families.

Marshall Plan Tree Walk Opening — George C. Marshall International Center Join us for our signature holiday event!

Veterans honored at Marshall Center event 11/13/2023

"We all, each of us, stand on the shoulders of giants and the legacy of people before us who did difficult things. Their service is essential to our freedom and our way of life." - Brig. Gen. Adam C. Volant (U.S. Army, Ret.) Loudoun Times-Mirror

Veterans honored at Marshall Center event Local leaders were joined by area military veterans and about 80 people at the 19th annual Veterans Day Commemoration hosted by the George C. Marshall International Center in Leesburg on

Veterans Day Commemoration — George C. Marshall International Center 11/10/2023

We invite you to join us for our 19th annual Veterans Day Commemoration tomorrow, Saturday, November 11 at 10:30 a.m.! This event, cohosted by The George C. Marshall International Center, the Town of Leesburg, Virginia and Loudoun County Government, will take place on the grounds of George C. Marshall’s Dodona Manor in historic Leesburg.

Brig. Gen. Adam C. Volant (U.S. Army, Ret.), former Director of Operations for U.S. Army Information Warfare Command, will be our keynote speaker, reflecting on the meaning of the day and the remarkable contributions of veterans to our community. Vintage military vehicles will be on site for exploration, and Dodona Manor will be open for free tours.

Representatives from VFW Post 1177, American Legion Post 34, the Virginia Department of Veterans Services, the Boulder Crest Foundation and the Loudoun County Public Library will be on hand.

Mom's Apple Pie Company is generously donating delicious cookies for the event. Rain or shine. Free and open to the public (no RSVP necessary).

Parking is available at the Loudoun County Government Garage on Loudoun Street. Free transportation from the Loudoun County Government Garage to Dodona Manor is provided by Cartwheels. We recommend arriving early and parking by 9:30 a.m. to allow ample time to journey to the ceremony.
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Veterans Day Commemoration — George C. Marshall International Center 19th Annual Veterans Day Commemoration Join us for our 19th annual Veterans Day Commemoration on Saturday, November 11, 2023, at 10:30 a.m. This event, cohosted by The George C. Marshall International Center, the Town of Leesburg and Loudoun County, will take place on the grounds of George C. Marsh

Dodona Manor to host 19th Annual Veterans Day Commemoration - Blue Ridge Leader 11/09/2023

Please check out this great story about our upcoming Veterans Day event from The Blue Ridge Leader

Dodona Manor to host 19th Annual Veterans Day Commemoration - Blue Ridge Leader By Audrey Carpenter As is tradition in Leesburg, military veterans and the public are invited to participate in the George C. Marshall International Center Veterans Day Commemoration Nov. 11th at…

Wexton, Warner, Kaine Introduce Bill to Designate George C. Marshall House as a National Park Service Affiliated Area 11/06/2023

Wexton, Warner, Kaine Introduce Bill to Designate George C. Marshall House as a National Park Service Affiliated Area Washington, DC – Today, Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (D-VA) and Senators Mark Warner and Tim Kaine (both D-VA) introduced legislation to designate the General George C. Marshall House in Leesburg, known as Dodona Manor, as an affiliated area under the National Park Service (NPS). This official d...

11/06/2023

We invite you to join us for our 19th annual Veterans Day Commemoration this Saturday, November 11 at 10:30 a.m.! This event, cohosted by The George C. Marshall International Center, the Town of Leesburg and Loudoun County, will take place on the grounds of George C. Marshall’s Dodona Manor in historic Leesburg.

Brig. Gen. Adam C. Volant (U.S. Army, Ret.), former Director of Operations for U.S. Army Information Warfare Command, will be our keynote speaker, reflecting on the meaning of the day and the remarkable contributions of veterans to our community. Vintage military vehicles will be on site for exploration, and Dodona Manor will be open for free tours.

Rain or shine. Free and open to the public (no RSVP necessary).

Parking is available at the Loudoun County Government Garage on Loudoun Street. Free transportation from the Loudoun County Government Garage to Dodona Manor is provided by Cartwheels. We recommend arriving early and parking by 9:30 a.m. to allow ample time to journey to the ceremony.
Additional Details: https://www.georgecmarshall.org/events/veterans-day-commemoration

Truly Inspiring: ELC Speakers Reflect on Students’ Passion, Determination and Appetite for Ethical Leadership — George C. Marshall International Center 11/02/2023

Truly inspiring” … “impactful and empowering” … these are just some of the words guest speakers used to describe their experience engaging with a talented and enthusiastic group of 15 high school students at our fall edition of Five-Star Character: The George C. Marshall Ethical Leadership Conference (ELC).

To offer a fresh perspective on the ELC experience, we asked panelists and speakers who participated in our most recent session – Navy Capt. Benjamin “BJ” Armstrong, Marshall Historian Rachael Yarnell Thompson, Marshall Center Board Members Frances Cox and Robin Milton, and Monti Mercer – to offer their thoughts on the program and students:

Truly Inspiring: ELC Speakers Reflect on Students’ Passion, Determination and Appetite for Ethical Leadership — George C. Marshall International Center “Truly inspiring” … “impactful and empowering” … these are just some of the words guest speakers used to describe their experience engaging with a talented and enthusiastic group of 15 high school students at our recent fall edition of Five-Star Character: The George C. Marshall Ethical ...

Book Club - How Civil Wars Start — George C. Marshall International Center 10/31/2023

Book Club Reminder: Join us Tomorrow, Wednesday, November 1 from Noon-1 p.m. ET, on Zoom for a discussion of “How Civil Wars Start: And How to Stop Them” by New York Times bestselling author Barbara F. Walter.

In his 1953 Nobel Peace Prize lecture, George C. Marshall warned that “tyranny inevitably must retire before the tremendous moral strength of the gospel of freedom and self-respect for the individual, but we have to recognize that these democratic principles do not flourish on empty stomachs, and that people turn to false promises of dictators because they are hopeless and anything promises something better than the miserable existence that they endure.”

We hope you will join us for this timely discussion of a book the New York Times called “required reading for anyone interested in preserving our 246-year experiment in self-government.”

Register here:

Book Club - How Civil Wars Start — George C. Marshall International Center HOW CIVIL WARS START BY BARBARA F. WALTER

10/27/2023

In October of 1953, when George C. Marshall learned he would be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for “for proposing and supervising the plan for the economic recovery of Europe,” his response was true to form. Ever humble and magnanimous, he deflected praise for shaping the most successful foreign aid program of the 20th century and told the press the award was a tribute “to the American people.”

70 years later, the George C. Marshall International Center is proud to bring to life his timeless values of selfless service and unwavering integrity to develop visionary leaders worldwide.

We hope you will join us in spreading the word and encouraging your friends and colleagues in the federal workforce community to support the Marshall Center through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Federal employees and retirees can make recurring or one-time donations through the CFC’s online giving system by entering our CFC number: 51415.

The CFC solicitation period runs through January 15, 2024. Whether you plan to support the Marshall Center or another worthy cause close to your heart, your generosity is appreciated!
https://cfcgiving.opm.gov/offerings

Book Club - How Civil Wars Start — George C. Marshall International Center 10/26/2023

Book Club: Join us Wednesday, November 1 from Noon-1 p.m. ET, on Zoom for a discussion of “How Civil Wars Start: And How to Stop Them” by New York Times bestselling author Barbara F. Walter.

“As democracies across the world backslide and citizens become more polarized, civil wars will become even more widespread and last longer than they have in the past. This urgent and important book shows us a path back toward peace.”

Register here:

Book Club - How Civil Wars Start — George C. Marshall International Center HOW CIVIL WARS START BY BARBARA F. WALTER

George Marshall Arrives For Bogota Conference, 1948 | 221347-11 | Footage Farm Ltd 10/24/2023

Pan-American Leadership: In 1948, George C. Marshall led the International Conference of American States in Bogotá, Colombia, where members considered matters including economic aid and fighting communism in the western hemisphere.

This conference resulted in the birth of the Organization of American States on April 30 of that year.

Check out this vintage newsreel of Marshall’s arrival in Colombia 75 years ago:

George Marshall Arrives For Bogota Conference, 1948 | 221347-11 | Footage Farm Ltd News In Brief (Marshall Arrives For Bogota Conference)Walking w/ other VIPs at airport upon arrival. Colombia soldiers at attention. Marshall into building...

Foreign Policy Forum - U.S.- Iran Relations, Past and Present — George C. Marshall International Center 10/18/2023

REMINDER: Join us tomorrow – Thursday, October 19 from Noon-1 p.m. ET – on Zoom for a timely Foreign Policy Forum with Ambassador Victor Tomseth, who will discuss “U.S. – Iran Relations, Past and Present.”

Tomseth was Deputy Chief of Mission in Tehran, Iran in 1979, when he became one of 52 Americans held hostage for 444 days following the seizure of the U.S. Embassy by Islamic militants.

U.S. Ambassador to Laos from 1993-1996, Tomseth has more than four decades experience dealing with international, national security and political-military affairs, including numerous senior positions with the U.S. Department of State.

Register here:

Foreign Policy Forum - U.S.- Iran Relations, Past and Present — George C. Marshall International Center U.S. - IRAN RELATIONS, PAST AND PRESENT DISCUSSION WITH VICTOR TOMSETH

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Our Story

The George C. Marshall International Center was founded to preserve Dodona Manor, the beloved home of George and Katherine Marshall, and to further the legacy of General Marshall who is considered by many to be one of the greatest modern-day American heroes.

Today, GCMIC’s mission is to preserve and advance Marshall’s legacy of peace and international cooperation as best exemplified by the Marshall Plan for which General Marshall won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1953. These objectives are advanced through education programs, leadership programs, community events, and the interpretation of the Marshalls’ home and gardens.

Education is the cornerstone of our programming. GCMIC's Immersion Workshop for teachers and youth education programs are designed to strengthen and forward the legacy of General Marshall’s leadership qualities by interpreting its importance in our time.

As a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization, the George C. Marshall International Center relies on a combination of memberships, corporate sponsorships, private donations and grants to fund its mission. Proceeds from contributions, programs and events support our education programs, and help us preserve Dodona Manor.

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