Home – The International Security Foundation funds global security programming by the State Department’s Overseas Security Advisory Council and U.S. security nonprofits to keep Americans and American interests abroad safer and more secure.
About – Learn more about the International Security Foundation history, values, and mission to support the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) and U.S. security nonprofits.
Our History – The International Security Foundation (ISF) began with the first funded event in 2013 for Nairobi Country Chapter.
Board of Directors – Meet the International Security Foundation board of directors including board members, and emeritus board members that support ISF.
Our Staff – Meet our International Security Foundation (ISF) staff who assist in communications, event planning & help our company support OSAC & U.S. security nonprofits.
ISF Overview – The International Security Foundation funds global security programming to keep Americans and American interests abroad safer and more secure.
OSAC – As threats continually arise and evolve across the world, OSAC works to keep U.S. organizations and personnel operating safely abroad.
Support – ISF support enables OSAC and U.S. global nonprofits to dramatically expand educational, security information-sharing programs and networking initiatives.
OSAC Country Chapter Sponsorship – Many corporations and organizations choose to sponsor OSAC-led Country Chapters (CC) events that help U.S. personnel and interests in a specific country be more effective in securing the safety of American citizens and interests abroad.
Individual Membership – An ISF membership helps to underwrite the costs of catering for OSAC conferences or can fully fund an OSAC Country Chapter meeting.
Make A Donation – Support ISF by making a tax-deductible donation to make all we do possible with OSAC & the private sector to secure the safety of Americans across the globe.
Grants – The ISF provides grants to OSAC & U.S. nonprofit organizations that help ensure the security & safety of U.S. citizens & organizations abroad.
Nonprofit Grants – If you meet eligibility requirements, apply for ISF nonprofit grants during one of our grant cycles.
Events – View the upcoming International Security Foundation events on our calendar.
George P. Shultz Award – The Shultz Award recognizes the remarkable achievements of an individual(s), in the public or private sector, to enhance the safety of OSAC constituents who daily confront terrorism, crime, natural disasters, and other challenges as they cross the globe in search of new opportunities and to assist those in need.
OSAC Awards – The annual OSAC Awards, given by OSAC, honor U.S. Department of State employees or groups and private-sector individuals.
2022 ISF Dinner – The 2022 International Security Foundation Dinner celebrating OSAC will take place Wednesday, November 16, 2022, in Washington, D.C. at the National Building Museum.
News – Stay up to date with the latest International Security Foundation news including getting to know our board members and new events.
Resources – The ISF offers a variety of resources to understand its mission of support for the global security community and to help its donors and members provide funds for OSAC and other security organization
Contact – Contact the International Security Foundation by our main number at 832-543-1442, or by filling out our convenient online form.
Accessibility – At the International Security Foundation, we are committed to providing our users with a website that is accessible to the largest audience possible.