History

The Belgian American Educational Foundation (B.A.E.F.) was instituted as the successor to the Commission for Relief in Belgium that took on the huge task of sustaining the population of occupied Belgium (C.R.B.) and a portion of France during the four years of World War I.

The Commission for Relief in Belgium (1914)

The Belgian American Educational Foundation (1920)

The First Quarter Century (1920 - 1945)

The Second Quarter Century (1945 - 1971)

The Third Quarter Century (1971 - 1995): Growth of a bi-national Foundation

Last quarter century (1995 - present)

Special Programs (since 1979)

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