How to Donate Cordell Hull Foundation for International Education

The Cordell Hull Foundation relies on program fees to support our foreign exchange teacher program.  We are currently working on a project to produce videos for distribution to K-12 schools touching on the formation of many US government structures relating to establishment of long-time US trade policy, the United Nations, the good-neighbor policy, banking protections, and others which Cordell Hull helped formulate and spearhead during his lifetime career as a public servant.  We continuially pursue avenues to assure the continuation of Cordell Hull’s vision of peace and international understanding.

The Cordell Hull Foundation was organized in 1951 and operates for charitable and educational purposes, including, but not limited to, promoting, by educational means, peace, trade, and understanding among peoples of the Western Hemisphere and other parts of the world.

Currently, the largest program is the Teacher Exchange, which supports teachers from 50 countries of the world to spend one-three years working in public or private elementary or secondary schools across the nation.  Each year, CHF focuses on providing more services at lower cost to schools who host foreign teacher exchanges.


As a public, 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-sectarian, non-partisan organization, the Teacher Exchange Program operates on program fees.

In accordance with Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, any grants or donation to the the Cordell Hull Foundation can be credited with income-tax credit to organizations, corporations and private donors.  Offers of assistance in funding by any donor, private or public, to support and perpetuate the vision of Cordell Hull for peace and international understanding are considered.

A documentary film is planned to make better known the goals and motivation that prompted Cordell Hull to spearhead the United Nations and other important American initiatives, agreements and legislation.

See Teacher Perspectives for details from individual teachers from five continents about their experiences in CHF exchange programs all over the country.

CHF welcomes assistance and/or information in support of our worthwhile programs to promote and perpetuate the vision of Nobel Peace Laureate Cordell Hull (1945).