The Lynde & Harry Bradley Foundation is a longstanding partner of UCU Foundation. The Bradley Foundation made its first $20,000 grant to UCU Foundation (then UCEF) in 2000 and has supported UCU’s mission ever since with grants totaling $830,800 over several decades. Steadfastly adhering to the principles and examples of its namesakes, Lynde and Harry Bradley, The Bradley Foundation envisions a nation invigorated by the principles and institutions that uphold our unalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. To further this vision, The Bradley Foundation pursues a mission to restore, strengthen, and protect the principles and institutions of American exceptionalism.

Today, the Bradley Foundation rarely makes international grants, but its long history with UCU and the severity of the war made this most recent $83,300 grant possible. This generous grant will support UCU’s critical work and has been designated for both UCU’s Ukraine Emergency Fund and for direct scholarship support with the intent to help UCU remain a first-rate educational institution in Ukraine.