It is financed by voluntary donations, which are made by anyone, including the states-participants of the Geneva Conventions (governments), national Red Cross and Red Crescent societies, interstate charitable organizations, as well as public and private structures. At the end of each year, a fund-raising campaign is being carried out to finance both headquarters activities and field operations. Operational, statistical and financial information on the use of funds is reflected in the annual report of the organization.

The Winston Churchill Charitable Foundation was created to effectively provide comprehensive targeted assistance to fellow citizens who found themselves in difficult life situations, provide treatment, preventive maintenance, as well as material and spiritual assistance, to promote the development of new methods for diagnosis and treatment of diseases worldwide and Raising public awareness of cancer problems and measures for cancer prevention, assisting medical institutions in treating patients with various diseases and improving their conditions in medical institutions of the world.

Over time, the circle of our wards has expanded, and the fund began to help in the whole world, having the need for assistance from 4 programs.

The main goal of the fund is to provide comprehensive assistance to all needy, hospitals around the world, support and assistance to the international Red Cross. We pay bills related to medical treatment, assistance with humanitarian aid, helping children, fighting poverty, which do not cover the financing of the assistance of other funds around the world, and promote the development of other funds, and we also help them.

Executive Directors

Joel Dodd
Chief Executive. Joel was a global civil society representative at the Annual Meeting in Davos of the World Economic Forum in 2014, 2015 and 2016. In June 2014, Mr. Dodd holds a B.A. from Dartmouth College and an M.B.A. from the Amos Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College.
Nicholas Scott
Mr. Scott has worked on behalf of numerous international finance institutions. He began his career working with NGOs in Ghana, Somalia, Croatia and Bosnia. Mr. Smith received his law degree from Harvard Law School and holds a master’s degree in international economics from The Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies. He earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and psychology from the University of Kansas.
Paul Brown
With over 20 years of restructuring and executive management experience, Shawn Hassel is currently Co-Founder and Director of Pocket Teller Inc., a mission based financial services company focused on advancing sustainable, disruptive technologies which engender financial inclusion and prosperity of the unbanked.
Alejandro Ramey
A qualified MBTI Practitioner, Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel Development and a Birmingham JP, Alejandro has worked in HR for many years across a range of industries including the retail, finance and engineering sectors. She has broad experience in all areas of people management with particular interest in strategic HR and Learning Development.

Participants and Board of Trustees

William Sultenfuss II
Chair Elect
Robert Bentley
Membership Committee Chair
Sebastian Francis
Jacob Walters
Senior Advisor
Emma Soames
Strategic Planning Committee Chair
Leo Stokes
Hospital Community Relations Chair
Joel Turner
Development Committee Chair

Our Trustees

Adam Felan
Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
Christopher Leane
Member of the Board of Trustees
Brodie Juan
Member of the Board of Trustees

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