The Salomon-Morris Society consists of the most committed SFL supporters who donate $5,000 or more in a single year.
The name of this society is derived from Hyam Salomon and Robert Morris, two of the principal financiers of the American Revolution. Without their support, the US would have never been able to become a free and independent country. Their influence on the war is commemorated with a statue in Chicago, depicting the two side by side with George Washington, as seen below. The outline of this statue will be the symbol of the Salomon-Morris Society.
Anyone who donates $5,000 or more in a year will join the society. Benefits of membership include:
- More frequent and detailed updates on SFL’s operations to see how SFL is functioning
- Special, private briefings at SFL events
- Special, SMS-member only meetings to network with other critical supporters of the student movement for liberty
Next Upcoming Event: Salomon-Morris Society Luncheon at the 6th International SFL Conference
During the 6th Annual International SFL Conference, all Salomon-Morris Society members will be invited to participate in a special luncheon on Saturday, February 16th, to receive a briefing on SFL’s plans for expansion in 2013-2014 and meet some of SFL’s top student, staff, and alumni leaders.
If you want to join the Salomon-Morris Society in time to participate in this special briefing, please make your donation today, or contact Alexander McCobin at email@example.com.
Salomon-Morris Society Members
Balyasny Asset Management
Dunn Foundation for the Advancement of Right Thinking
European Center of Austrian Economics
Everardo & Elena Goyanes
JP Humphreys Foundation
Manny & Willette Klausner
Robert A. Levy
Ken Levy & Frayda Levin
Levy Family Foundation
Dave & Karin Peterson
Pierre F. & Enid Goodrich Foundation
Richard E. Fox Charitable Foundation
Alvin & Beverly Rosenberg
Searle Freedom Trust
Donald & Paula Smith Family Foundation
The Atlas Society
Vernon K. Krieble Foundation
Dick & Pat Wallace
Chris & Meg Whitten