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The Jack Kemp Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization committed to advancing the universal values of the American Idea of growth, freedom, democracy and hope.  Everything that we do is intended to foster the spirit of leadership that Jack Kemp demonstrated, expand the impact of powerful ideas on public policy, and prepare a new generation of leaders who can translate principled ideas into action.

OCT 25 

2018

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KEMP FORUM

Based on the premise that ideas, like athletes, become sharper in competition, the Kemp Forum is designed to provide a workshop for critical learning among policy experts, political leaders and concerned citizens invested in democracy. 

KEMP LEADERSHIP AWARD

The annual Kemp Leadership Award celebrates exceptional leaders who champion the American Idea. Past recipients include Senator Tim Scott (2017), Ambassador Nikki Haley (2016), and Congressman Paul Ryan (2011). 

KEMP LEGACY PROJECT

The purpose is to honor Jack Kemp's public service, to advance his contributions to American political thought and to help educate the next generation of political leaders.

Eddie Abramoski 

“Jack was one of the first players to lift weights, and in them days it was taboo for a pitcher or a quarterback or anybody to lift weights, and Jack, as the guys attested, he could throw the ball through a brick wall. He could throw it eighty yards. He was fantastic.”

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Richard Ahearn

“I said, ‘Politically you just can’t do this, Jack. You’re going to alienate every Republican voter in every border state there is, California, Texas, Louisiana, Florida, everywhere illegal immigration is an issue.’ It got to the point where he threw me out of his suite, which he regularly did, but then the next day or a few hours later we’d talk it over and he’d laugh and I’d laugh, and we’d patch everything up.”

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Jennifer (Kemp) Andrews

“I remember when he was sick, and he couldn’t speak… so he would have to whisper. And one of our kids had an assignment, a question about what role did the radio have in World War II? …So this child called up Grandpa and he whispered… and over the phone explained for about half an hour, Winston Churchill and his address to the British people. It really gave us chills. We put it on speakerphone, and it was really moving….”

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Rick Azar

“Got a call from Dr. Bernstein and said, “How would you like to have lunch with Jack Kemp?” Dr. Bernstein was taking care of him. So he drags me out to Niagara Falls because they were at Niagara at training camp, and that’s how I met Jack Kemp. We became good friends, which at the time there was a whole metamorphosis in the sports business.”

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James Baker

“I bent over backwards to make sure that everybody knew where my loyalties were. They were to Ronald Reagan. Now, if seeing Reagan succeed enhanced Bush’s opportunities, so much the better. He was vice president of that administration. But to say that somehow that we were doing in order to defeat the hopes of Jack Kemp for running for president, that’s crazy. I did everything I could to defeat Jack Kemp, and did defeat him, okay?”

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Fred Barnes

“Well, he did have a dynamic personality, and it was overpowering in so many cases, but he also had something else. It wasn’t just that he had intellectual curiosity, which he did, but he had mastered the subject matter of economics, of tax cuts and all the ramifications of that… But he had mastered it, so he could answer all the questions."

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Jennifer (Kemp) Andrews

“I remember when he was sick, and he couldn’t speak… so he would have to whisper. And one of our kids had an assignment, a question about what role did the radio have in World War II? …So this child called up Grandpa and he whispered… and over the phone explained for about half an hour, Winston Churchill and his address to the British people. It really gave us chills. We put it on speakerphone, and it was really moving….”

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Jennifer (Kemp) Andrews

“I remember when he was sick, and he couldn’t speak… so he would have to whisper. And one of our kids had an assignment, a question about what role did the radio have in World War II? …So this child called up Grandpa and he whispered… and over the phone explained for about half an hour, Winston Churchill and his address to the British people. It really gave us chills. We put it on speakerphone, and it was really moving….”

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Jennifer (Kemp) Andrews

“I remember when he was sick, and he couldn’t speak… so he would have to whisper. And one of our kids had an assignment, a question about what role did the radio have in World War II? …So this child called up Grandpa and he whispered… and over the phone explained for about half an hour, Winston Churchill and his address to the British people. It really gave us chills. We put it on speakerphone, and it was really moving….”

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Jack Kemp Foundation, 1200 New Hampshire Avenue NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036

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