PACCAR’s proud tradition of giving back to the community began over 100 years ago with the founding of the company and continues today through PACCAR and the PACCAR Foundation. PACCAR has made $200 million in grants around the world for education, social services, and the arts to enrich the communities in which its employees live and work.
The Florence Gould Foundation, an American foundation devoted to French-American exchange and amity, has consistently provided major support to Etant donnés. Born of French parents in San Francisco in 1895, Florence Gould lived both in the United States and France during her life. That life was one in which an interest and dedication to arts and letters was always paramount. Having no family, at her death in 1993, Florence Gould left the bulk of her fortune to the foundation bearing her name.
Fostering leadership, learning and empathy between cultures The Franco-American Fulbright Commission was established in 1948 to foster leadership, learning, and empathy between the United States and France. Today the Commission provides grants for its laureates to study and to conduct research in the United States or in France, thanks to the funding of both French and American governments.
French Embassy in the U.S.
Higher Education Department