Helping to Achieve Our Goals

As a non-profit, non-partisan organization, the World Affairs Council relies on its partnerships with individuals, foundations and businesses to deliver its dynamic programming and educational opportunities to the Jacksonville community and Northeast Florida schools. Why Become A Sponsor?

As a World Affairs Council Sponsor, you join a diverse group of companies, foundations and individuals who are passionate about expanding international awareness and understanding. Council sponsors are showcased to over 1,000 Council members that are…
  • Highly educated: more than 97% of adult Council members have college degree

  • Financially successful: $150,000 median household income

  • Drawn from across Northeast Florida

  • Very committed to continuing their support of the community and the Jacksonville Council

We are proud to be associated with our local partners listed below.



Water Street CapitalFleet Landing

GOLD SPONSORS ($10,000+)

Association of Corporate Counsel North Florida Chapter Black Knight Financial

Brumos AutomotiveCoastal Construction Products, Inc.

EverBank Fidelity National Financial

FIS  Haskell

JU Mayo Clinic

Gary and Nancy Chartrand Advised FundPaul and Nina GoodwinWilliam and Barbara HarrellLambrou Andrews Foundation, Inc.- Fred Lambrou, M.D. & Pat AndrewsDavid and Elaine Strickland


Adecco Group 



Regency Centers
US Assure

Retina Associates, P.A. - Fred Lambrou, M.D.

Cecilia Bryant, Esq. and Dr. Richard LipseyPete and Marilyn Carpenter

Bob and Sandy CookRobert and Sallie Ann HartAdmiral and Mrs. Jonathan T. HoweHolmes Private Client Group-Marty JonesThe Mackowski Family Foundation - Dick & Marty JonesCarolyn Marsh LindsayW. Radford Lovett IIChuck and Nicki MoorerRussell and Joannie NewtonFred and Susan SchantzJay & Deanie Stein Foundation Trust

BRONZE SPONSORS ($3,000+)BBVA Compass  Chubb Group of InsuranceJAX ChamberJAXPORTJackson Lewis

Ambassador Marilyn McAfee (Ret.)Edward and Karen RoganJames and Jeanne Winston


Florida Times-Union WJCT

Jacksonville Business Journal