The Einstein Circle


 “Few things are more important in the days in which we live than the search for those truths to which the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists is dedicated.”

— Albert Einstein
December 1, 1952

Annual report

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For more than seven decades, a dedicated network of board members, advisors, foundations, and donors have sustained the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. We extend our deepest gratitude to the board leaders, individuals, and institutions whose continued partnership is key to our efforts.

Legacy Society


The greatest benefit of joining the Legacy Society is the satisfaction you will derive from knowing that your planned gift will make a difference and help open more channels between scientific and policy leaders and younger audiences all over the world for generations to come.

Donor Bill of Rights


Enabled by the philanthropy of many, the Bulletin continues to make a critical difference by increasing awareness and offering solutions to the most pressing challenges facing our planet and its inhabitants. To ensure that donors and prospective donors have full confidence in how we manage philanthropy at the Bulletin, our leadership and staff are committed to the Donor Bill of Rights. 

Corporate and foundation


Private foundation support and corporate sponsorship are vital to our efforts as we work to connect with more decision makers and citizens around the world.

Donor stories

Bob and Ellie Meyers Archive Grid

Einstein Circle donors Bob and Ellie Meyers have been Bulletin supporters for more than 25 years. Bob was initially drawn to the Bulletin because of his interest in the reduction of nuclear threats and the potential for accidents. Read their story here.