Tina is a patron of the Churchill Archives — based at Churchill College, at the University of Cambridge, England – which is the repository of the million + papers of Sir Winston S. Churchill, the only modern prime minister to have received the Nobel Prize for Literature for his incomparable writings and speeches. She also supports the Churchill War Rooms, and the UK conservation charity, Chartwell, the family home and garden of Sir Winston Churchill.
historic & cultural preservation & advocacy
The Flaherty Family Foundation endowed the Chair of Jewish Studies at Trinity College in Dublin, which studies Jewish history and culture from the Roman period to the present.
Tina is a board member of The Foundation, which was founded in 1982 by Lee Iococca, at the behest of President Ronald Reagan, to restore and preserve America’s historic immigration gateway.
An active member of the American Ireland Fund, Tina helped underwrite Sesame Street Northern Ireland, a special television series designed to promote peace and reconciliation among Irish children of both Protestant and Catholic backgrounds.