COMMITTEE ON
FOREIGN RELATIONS

The Channel City Club is pleased to announce an additional membership opportunity -  The Committee on Foreign Relations, member of the American Committees on Foreign Relations.

The American Committees on Foreign Relations was founded to promote dialogue between civic leaders and policymakers. Established as a program of the Council on Foreign Relations in 1938, ACFR became its own association in 1995 and established a headquarters in Washington, D.C. ACFR is founded on the proposition that American foreign policy depends, ultimately, upon the strength of the public consensus that underlies it. Comprised of local groups around the country, ACFR promotes foreign relations dialogue through lecture-discussions and other civic forums.

ACFR's program is principally devoted to providing its members with eminent foreign affairs speakers. Speakers are drawn from the policy and diplomatic communities of the United States and other countries. In addition, ACFR regularly books foreign affairs experts from think-tanks, the academy, and the media. We have a particular interest in giving the authors of important new books a hearing in our forums.

As a 501(c)(3) organization, ACFR has three sources of support: yearly dues from member committees, foundation grants, and donations from individual members through its Annual Giving Campaign. Contributions to ACFR to further its important work are welcome and tax deductible.

Membership

 

Channel City Club Annual Membership Dues:

Individual Dues  $75

Household Dues  $100
(2 or more people at same address)

In Addition: Foreign Relations
 

Individual $225

With spouse  $250

 

Benefits for the Foreign Relations Group members of the CCC include:

I. Member of American Committees on Foreign Relations which continues to provide access to its cadre of speakers for 6-8 programs in Santa Barbara (September-June). Each speaker will give a major presentation at the luncheon. The Foreign Relations group members may have special seating. In addition, there will be an “Off the Record” discussion with the speaker during a morning or late afternoon reception.

II. Eligible to attend ACFR’s Annual Foreign Relations Conference in Washington, D.C.. The members who have attended these fine Conferences over the years have given high praise of these events.

III. Access to Daily Newsgroup

IV. Access to all CCC luncheon programs

V. Invitations to participate in Special excursions and tours

For more information, please visit the website of the American Committee on Foreign Relations www.ACFR.org.

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 2247 
Santa Barbara, CA 93120

Office Phone:
1-805-564-6223

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