for Friends Without a Border Opens in Cambodia
Friends Without a Border has announced the opening of the Center for
Friends Without a Border in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The Center was funded
by Sterling Stamos Capital Management, a private investment firm
committed to the idea of corporate philanthropy and "doing well by
November 24, 2008
FACE AIDS, Stanford Raise $50k For Haiti
the help of several hundred Stanford students, FACE AIDS reached
its $50,000 fundraising goal for Haiti relief efforts. Sterling
Stamos, a Menlo Park-based investment firm, matched the goal, resulting
in a total donation of $100,000 to Partners in Health, an international
organization that provides medical care in Haiti, Rwanda and other
The Stanford Daily – January 27, 2010
Associated Students of Stanford University (ASSU) Teams for Haiti Aid
Stanford student body is joining the ranks of the nonprofit FACE AIDS
in raising funds for Haiti relief efforts. FACE AIDS announced
Saturday that they will match dollar-for-dollar any funds raised by
chapters nationwide, up to $50,000. The FACE AIDS amount is being
matched through a donation from Sterling Stamos, a private investment
The Stanford Daily – January 19, 2010
Angelwish Rings the NASDAQ Stock Market Closing Bell
Representatives from Angelwish presided over the the NASDAQ closing bell on December 24, 2009. Supported
in part by Sterling Stamos, Angelwish grants wishes to children living
with HIV/AIDS around the world. Representatives
from Sterling Stamos also attended the event to show their support.
NASDAQ – December 24, 2009
Turning Dreams Into Reality
1996, Friends Without a Border has provided medical care to over
560,000 children in Siem Reap, Cambodia. The organization
recently announced the opening of the Center for Friends Without a
Border, funded by Sterling Stamos.
The Phnom Penh Post – November 27, 2008
The Story of A Book That Is Moving
Stamos, former Chairman of Sterling Stamos Corporate Philanthropy,
speaks to the impact of Tracy Kidder's book on Partners in Health, a
nonprofit that works to deliver primary health care to poor people
living in the developing world.
San Francisco Chronicle – February 8, 2008
Former President Bill Clinton speaks about his philanthropic efforts,
including his foundation's partnership with Sterling Stamos.
Condé Nast Traveler – September 2007
Sterling Stamos Brings Solar Power to
U.S. donor Sterling Stamos made possible the
installation of solar panels to provide electricity, allowing the
Center to focus on improving its educational services and vocational
training to cater to more orphans and disadvantaged children.
Give2Asia – September 2007
Jones and Harvard School of Public Health Award First-Ever 'Q Prize' to
At a star-studded gala in New York City, Quincy Jones and the Harvard
School of Public Health presented the first-ever Q Prize to Scott
Neeson, who quit a successful career in Hollywood and moved to Cambodia
to build and run a residential school serving hundreds of formerly
homeless and impoverished children.
January 26, 2007
Jones - Man Of The Year
Quincy Jones and the Harvard School of Public Health have joined forces
with the aim of improving the health and
well-being of children worldwide.
Sterling Stamos underwrote the 2006 grant for the Q Prize.
ABC World News – December 15, 2006
Stamos Capital Management, L.P. Announces $2 Million Gift to Clinton
Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative
July 20, 2006