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The American-Scottish Foundation® invites you to join us to celebrate on Friday, September 30, 2022, the outstanding contributions of Charles, Lord Bruce for his international contributions to Scottish Heritage, Arts, Culture and Education at the University Club, New York City.

All attendees must provide proof of vacination plus booster.

Download ASF Wallace Awards Invitation Here

The Wallace Awards evening will benefit the ongoing work of the American-Scottish Foundation with a portion of the proceeds directed to the ASF Lord Malcolm Douglas Hamilton Bursary Youth Program.

Come join us for an evening that will begin with whisky tasting of Scottish Whiskys and opportunity to begin bidding on our silent auction.

Musical interludes will be brought throughout the night by Noise Maker.

As a supporter and friend of the Foundation we hope that you will consider becoming a Patron of the evening with the purchase of a table or the purchase of 2 Mull tickets or above.

Ways to be involved:There are many ways to be involved from

  • Attending the Gala (reservation form)
  • Patron recognition in the Journal with purchase of 2 Mull tickets or above
  • Host of Table recognition in the Journal at corresponding level
  • Advertising in the Journal Program (advertising form)
  • Donating to the silent auction (donation form)

For further information please call the ASF Events office
on (929) 499-9025
or email americanscottishfoundation@gmail.com.

Separate forms are also available here for:
Table and individual reservations
Advertising submissions and specifications
Silent Auction Donations
All the forms above in a single ZIP file

Reservations may be made securely online via Paypal below, or you may download the reservation form in PDF format if you would rather purchase your table or tickets by check or credit card offline.

Please return forms to our office by email or by mail:
American-Scottish Foundation
864 Lexington Ave, 2nd Floor
New York NY 10065

Individual Reservations

ASF will assign seating for individuals, unless noted by the individual specifying a specific table at which he or she would like to sit.

  • ARRAN ASF Members individual ticket at $350
  • ISLAY individual ticket at $425 (ASF Membership Included)
  • MULL individual ticket at $500
  • SKYE individual ticket at $1,000
  • ORKNEY individual ticket at $2,000
  • SHETLAND individual ticket at $3,500

Group/Table Reservations

When purchasing a table, please download the table form (here) to include the names of your guests.

  • ARRAN ASF Members Table of 10 at $3,500
  • ISLAY Table of 10 at $4,250
  • MULL Table of 10 at $5,000
  • SKYE Table of 10 at $10,000
    (with color half page in Gala Program)
  • ORKNEY Table of 10 at $20,000*
    (with color page in Gala Program)
  • SHETLAND Table of 10 at $35,000*
    (with color page in Gala Program)
Tables Individual Tickets
Individual Tickets
Wallace Gala Tables
Payment amount in excess of $250 per guest is tax-deductible to the extent of the law.


  • Full page Color $1,250
  • Full page Black & White $750
  • Half page Color $650
  • Half page Black & White $425
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The American-Scottish Foundation is proud to honor:

Charles Edward Bruce, Lord Bruce
Charles, Lord Bruce He is eldest son and heir to Andrew Bruce, 11th Earl of Elgin & 15th Earl of Kincardine KT, 37th Chief of the Name of Bruce.

He is active in the not-for-profit sector in Scotland and overseas. His interests include conservation of the built heritage, the fine arts, multiculturalism, education and the Scottish diaspora.  He is chairman of the Kolkata Scottish Heritage Trust which is running an urban regeneration project in Kolkata, India; and a trustee of the Scottish Lime Centre Trust.  He is president of The Democracy Forum, a leading policy forum for Asia.

He is a governor of the Patrons of the National Galleries of Scotland. He is also patron of the Scottish Centre of Tagore Studies, the Japan Society of Scotland and the Association of Clans and Scottish Societies of Canada. He is on the executive board of the Standing Council of Scottish Chiefs. He is President, Dunfermline United Burns Club, the world’s third oldest Burns club.  He is on the advisory board of the RAF Benevolent Fund, and also of the International Academic Forum (IAFOR).  He was awarded the Paolozzi Gold Medal  by The National Galleries of Scotland in 2012 for fundraising.

He was educated at Eton College and the universities of St Andrews (MA Hons, 1984) and Dundee (MSc , 2013). He has been HM Deputy Lieutenant for Fife since 1997, and a member of the Royal Company of Archers, HM Queen’s Bodyguard for Scotland, Hon. Maj. 31 Combat Engineer Regiment (The Elgins), Canadian Forces and Hon. Keeper, Keepers of the Quaich.


The American-Scottish Foundation®, established in 1956 by Lord Malcolm Douglas-Hamilton, is an international not-for-profit organization, that looks to establish links and strengthen ties between Scotland and the United States, through the pursuit of contemporary social, cultural, educational, and business activities.

The mission remains as relevant today as when ASF was founded - to champion the extraordinary relationship between the peoples of Scotland and the United States - a bridge between the two great countries - seeking to strengthen & support the future of the Scottish American diaspora, and its legacy.

The Wallace Award®s evening benefits the ongoing work of the Foundation and allows ASF to further our mission of strengthening ties between Scotland and the United States through the pursuit of contemporary social, cultural, educational and business activities. It is the most significant event for the ASF during the year and the selection of Honorees is done with much thought and deliberation.