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FHS Sponsors & Benefactors

French Heritage Society is privileged to enjoy the generous support of the following foundations, corporations and individuals. It also treasures its special bond with the Florence Gould Foundation.


Foundations and Corporate Sponsors

Air France
American Express Foundation
Ann Cox Foundation, Inc.
Ateliers Perrault Frères SA
ATOUT France
Audrey and Martin Gruss Foundation
Bank of America
Banque Transatlantique
Bauman Family Foundation, Inc.
The Boone Foundation
California Homes Magazine
Champagne Henriot
Champagne Laurent Perrier
Champagne Perrier-Jouët
Château de Canisy
Château Haut-Brion
Château Lafite Rothshild
Château Smith Haut Lafitte
Château d’Yquem
Dassault Falcon Jet
Domaine Clarence Dillon
EGG, Event Agency
Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine
Florence Gould Foundation
Fondation EDF
Forbes Foundation
Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris
France Magazine
France Guide PRESTIGE Magazine
Galerie Chevalier
Galeries Lafayette
Groupe J.L. Vilgrain
Harry Winston
Hôtel Le Bristol, Paris
Hôtel Le Meurice, Paris
Huguenot Society of America
International Herald Tribune
JP Molyneux Studio
Kazie Metzger and John C. Harvey Charitable Fund
Kraemer & Cie
La Poste, The International Mail Solution
Leading Hotels of the World
The Leonard and Evelyn Lauder Foundation
Les Grands Crus Classés en 1855 Médoc & Sauternes
LVMH – Moët Hennessy
Paul Goerg Champagne
Pierre Guillot
Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation
Roger S. Firestone Foundation
Samuel H. Kress Foundation
Sotheby’s Inc.
Stribling & Associates, Ltd.
Théâtre Montparnasse
William T. Kemper Foundation
William Talbott Hillman Foundation

List in formation.

Hôtel Le Bristol


In the heart of the 8th district of Paris, Le Bristol, built in 1758, was officially inaugurated in 1925. Known for its discretion, this palace is the preferred retreat of numerous celebrities.



Bernardaud perpetuates and diversifies traditional skills and techniques in the fabrication of porcelain and preserves a valuable component of the cultural heritage of France. It continually reinvents the art, craftsmanship and fabrication of porcelain.

Champagne Henriot


Since 1808, Champagne Henriot, one of the last independent and family-owned houses in Champagne, has pursued a tradition of excellence.