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Welcome to the home page of The American Society of Ephesus (George B. Quatman Foundation), a non-profit, private foundation and 501(c)(3) corporation. The foundation has been in continuous existence since October 1955 and is actively engaged in supporting religious causes and restoring ancient Christian sites, especially those located in Ephesus, Turkey.

On these pages you will find photographs and information about the past and current work of the foundation.

For information on applying for a grant, click on the tab above labelled “Grants.”  The Grant Committee meets in early May each year, and requests must be submitted in writing with proper documentation, as outlined herein. The full board of trustees meets in mid-June to approve grants. Resources are limited and grants must fit within the mission statement and corporate purposes of the foundation.

The new George B. Quatman Foundation exhibit opened in the City of Selcuk, Turkey in October 2015.
The new George B. Quatman Foundation exhibit opened in the City of Selcuk, Turkey in October 2015.
ASE Board members: David P. Quatman (Treasurer); G. William Quatman (President); and James B. Quatman (Vice President) attended the opening of the new exhibit.
ASE Board members: David P. Quatman (Treasurer); G. William Quatman (President); and James B. Quatman (Vice President) attended the opening of the new exhibit.
ASE President G. William Quatman explains the exhibit to Selcuk, Turkey's mayor and regional governor at the opening.
ASE President G. William Quatman explains the exhibit to Selcuk, Turkey’s mayor and regional governor at the opening.

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