GEORGE HOAG FAMILY FOUNDATION

Financial Information

Total Assets: $81,554,429

Total Giving: $3,585,500

Area of Service:

California

Areas of Interest:

Not Available

Programs

None

Grants

The following grants were reported in 2007:
$1,000,000 to Hoag Hospital Foundation, Newport Beach, CA. For Installment towards the $16 million dollar grant in support of diabetes, an endowed cancer medical chair and capital expenditures for the Hoag Cancer Center, payable over 1 year.
$500,000 to Hoag Hospital Foundation, Newport Beach, CA. For Installment towards the $16 million dollar grant in support of diabetes, an endowed cancer medical chair and capital expenditures for the Hoag Cancer Center, payable over 1 year.
$150,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank Of Orange County, Irvine, CA. For Final installment towards the conversion of a 121,000 square foot building into a food distribution warehouse located on the former El Toro Marine Base, payable over 1 year.
$125,000 to Upward Bound House Of Santa Monica, Santa Monica, CA. For In support of the capital purchase of a new facility that will provide additional transitional housing and services to families in crisis, payable over 1 year.
$125,000 to Union Rescue Mission, Los Angeles, CA. For Final installment for the May 2006, $250,000 grant to support Hope Gardens Family Center for homeless senior women and mothers with children funds will support staff program needs, payable over 1 year.
$100,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank Of Orange County, Orange, CA. For Social & Human Services, payable over 1 year.
$100,000 to Step Up On Second Street, Santa Monica, CA. For Fourth installment payment on the November 2005, $500,000 grant in support of the Step Up On Fifth Capital Campaign, payable over 1 year.
$75,000 to Venice Family Clinic, Venice, CA. For Funding will be used toward the direct purchase of pharmaceutical medications for the Pharmacy Access Program enabling uninsured patients access to these medications, payable over 1 year.
$74,000 to Cuesta College, San Luis Obispo, CA. For Final payment on the May 2006 grant supporting the Emergency Medical Services Training Certificate Program for students pursuing careers as paramedics, payable over 1 year.
$60,000 to City Hope, Los Angeles, CA. To support laboratory investigation in targeted therapy to develop novel treatments for leGBemia this program is aimed at fast tracking laboratory results into clinical trials, payable over 1 year.

Limitations

Giving limited to CA, primarily to southern CA, with emphasis on Los Angeles, and Orange County.
No support for government agencies, tax-supported projects, or sectarian or religious organizations for the benefit of their own members.
No grants to individuals, or for deficit financing or normal operating expenses.

Summary

Giving to improve social conditions, promote human welfare, and alleviate pain and suffering. Also, giving to improve and expand medical services, and opportunities for youth in CA.

Additional

Type of Grantmaker: Independent foundation
Incorporated in 1940 in CA.

Quick Facts Sheet
URL:

Not Available

Located in:

Santa Monica,

California

United States

Contact Information / Process

Phone: (310) 664-1358

Email: Not Available

Address:
2665 Main St., Ste. 220
Santa Monica, CA 90405-4054

Procedure:
Application form required. Applicants should submit the following:
1. Timetable for implementation and evaluation of project
2. Copy of IRS Determination Letter
3. Copy of most recent annual report/audited financial statement/990
4. Listing of board of directors, trustees, officers and other key people and their affiliations
5. Copy of current year’s organizational budget and/or project budget
Initial approach: Letter (not exceeding 2 pages)
Copies of proposal: 9
Board meeting date(s): May and Nov.
Deadline(s): Mar. 31 and Sept. 30
Final notification: Following meeting at which proposal is reviewed
Additional information: Application forms and additional information will be sent to eligible organizations, based on assessment of the inquiry letter.

Donors & Leadership

Donors:
George Grant Hoag
Grace E. Hoag
George Grant Hoag, II

Officers and Directors:
Melinda Hoag Smith, Chief Executive Officer and President
George Grant Hoag, III, Vice President and Treasurer
Charles W. Smith, Secretary and Executive Director
John L. Curci, Jr.
John G. Ebey
Gwyn P. Parry
Michael D. Stephens

EIN:

956006885