Arthur P. Morgan was a supporter of Jewish causes who experienced first hand the despair created by Nazi tyranny and the opportunity afforded by a free society. Mr. Morgan left Austria immediately after the Anschluss (Annexation) with nothing but the clothes he was wearing. He was sustained by the Jewish community in Switzerland until permitted to immigrate into the United States. In the United States he served in the armed forces, and later prospered in business. Mr. Morgan always supported Jewish causes, especially education. The ICC’s work uniquely fulfills the pursuit of excellence and advances the depth of Jewish education, and thus embodies the endeavors Arthur P. Morgan would have championed.