Supporting those working to improve the world in a meaningful way is an important part of the Cone Marshall identity. To this end, we donate funds, as well as our time, to community organizations in the jurisdictions where we do business.
The Cone Marshall Group proudly support a variety of organizations:
The Art Association of Jackson Hole is dedicated to encouraging a vital, creative community by providing everyone with exposure to, education in and enjoyment of a wide variety of art experiences.
Chevening Scholarships seek to build an international community of people who are committed to innovation, strong leadership and international collaboration, and to driving positive change.
The Scholarship, which we sponsor in Uruguay, offers accepted candidates from all over the world full financial support by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office and partner organizations to study for any eligible master’s degree at over 150 UK universities.
Chevening organizes an exclusive programme of events and activities, enabling students to experience Britain’s heritage and history, discuss international policy, and interact with thought leaders at a range of academic, cultural, and social events.
InterConnections 21 gives students and teachers opportunities to “think globally and act locally.” Their current programming focuses on engaging high school students and community members in:
– Promotion of human rights, peace and democracy
– Teaching about the United Nations system and global issues
They also host a Speaker Series to bring awareness of pressing international topics to Teton County residents and promote a broadened sense of place in an increasingly interconnected world.
International Patrons of Duomo di Milano operates in the United States to increase international public awareness towards the Cathedral of Milan, which is not only an incredible historical, architectural and national Italian treasure, but it is the ultimate symbol of Milan, transcending its mere existence as a Cathedral.The projects and initiatives of the foundation are thought to combine the glorious past and prestigious traditions of the Cathedral with innovation and the farsightedness which for Centuries has characterized the Cathedral’s modus operandi.
The Jackson Hole Center for Global Affairs empowers leaders and communities to understand and address global forces of change in business, society, and the environment. We help scale climate change action by working directly with global coal regions.
Amidst the backdrop of the vibrant fall arts scene and ideal September weather in Jackson, Wyoming, Jackson Hole Chamber Music will present innovative and immersive concert experiences. This three part concert series situated in several venues around stunning Antelope Trails Ranch unites world class musicians from the nation’s leading symphony orchestras and chamber music ensembles. JHCM will transcend the typical concert format by creating cross genre collaborations that will attract and inspire both new audiences and seasoned classical music lovers.
The José Limón Dance Foundation exists to perpetuate the Limón legacy and its humanistic approach to movement and theater, and to extend the vitality of that vision into the future, through performance, creation, preservation and education.
Jackson Hole Community Radio produces innovative public radio programs, in-depth local news and cultural reporting, and events that touch a passionate community of more than 40,000 people monthly on-air, online and in-person. From its studios in the Center for the Arts in downtown Jackson, Wyoming, KHOL is shaping community radio for a new generation of listeners with locally produced programs including Yonder Lies, Opera for Everyone, and The Grand Table, among many others. KHOL also airs news in Spanish, produced locally and in collaboration with Linea Abierta, from California-based studios Radio Bilingue.
Lake Como is a magical place where nature gives you everything it could offer so overwhelmingly that you feel compelled to give something back. There is so much pleasure for the eyes whether on the water, the mountains, the small paths in the villages that one would expect an abundance in auditive sensations as well. The sounds of nature are always rich, but don’t we need great music and inspired interpreters who will channel the richness of all the impressions gathered in such a divine setting?
With the second edition of LacMus Festival they pay tribute to composers who are celebrated in 2018.
This University of Auckland Centre for Brain Research-based group of scientists are at the cutting edge of work to crack the genetic code of Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Pro Bono Work
As a global entity, Cone Marshall also does pro-bono work for the Foundation to Promote Education in Malawi, the Children’s Hospital of Buenos Aires, Argentina and the Foundation to develop and staff family hospitals in Laos.
Committed to innovation, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation collects, preserves, and interprets modern and contemporary art. The foundation explores ideas across cultures through dynamic curatorial and educational initiatives and collaborations.