HEARST FOUNDATION, INC., THE

Financial Information

Total Assets: $272,993,574

Total Giving: Not Available

Area of Service:

National

Areas of Interest:

Not Available

Programs

None

Grants

The following grants were reported in recent years:
NEW HAMPSHIRE CATHOLIC CHARITIES
Manchester, New Hampshire – $40,000 in 2012
TRINITY REPERTORY COMPANY
Providence, Rhode Island – $80,000 in 2012
ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST CATHOLIC PARISH OF ENCINITAS – ST. JOHN SCHOOL
Encinitas, California – $50,000 in 2012
JEWISH COMMUNAL FUND
New York, New York – $100,000 in 2011

Limitations

The foundation does not fund: organizations operating outside of the United States & its territories; organizations with an operating budget under $1 million; organizations involved in publishing, radio, film or television; organizations seeking support for tours, conferences, workshops or seminars; organizations seeking support for advocacy or public policy research; organizations seeking support for special events, tickets, tables or advertising for fundraising events; organizations seeking seed money or support for startup projects; organizations seeking support for program-related investments; organizations’ local chapters; organizations lacking demonstrable long-term impact on populations served. The foundation does not fund individuals.

Application submission deadlines are: None
No confirmed application deadline(s) are provided by this foundation. Foundations which do not stipulate deadlines are best approached directly for more information. Some foundations have a continuous intake of proposals. A reference to the fiscal year end may be a useful guide as to when new funds will become available for disbursement. The fiscal year end for this foundation is December.

Summary

Within a general policy of assisting institutions to provide access and opportunity to underrepresented, low-income and minority populations, the foundation’s primary focus is on undergraduate education with support also for professional study at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Giving also in the areas of health, social service, and culture.

Additional

Type of Grantmaker: Independent foundation
Incorporated in 1945 in NY.

Quick Facts Sheet
URL:

http://www.hearstfdn.org/

Located in:

New York,

National

United States

Contact Information / Process

Tel: (212) 586-3750

Fax: (212) 586-1917

Email: [email protected]

Address:
HEARST FOUNDATION INC
300 WEST 57TH STREET, 26TH FLOOR
NEW YORK , New York 10019-3741

Procedure:
Only fully documented appeals will be considered; accepts the Philanthropy New York Common Application Form. Application form not required. Applicants should submit the following:
1. Signature and title of chief executive officer
2. Population served
3. Principal source of support for project in the past
4. Copy of IRS Determination Letter
5. Brief history of organization and description of its mission
6. Copy of most recent annual report/audited financial statement/990
7. Listing of board of directors, trustees, officers and other key people and their affiliations
8. Detailed description of project and amount of funding requested
9. Copy of current year’s organizational budget and/or project budget
10. Listing of additional sources and amount of support
Initial approach: Proposal
Copies of proposal: 1
Board meeting date(s): Mar., June, Sept., and Dec.
Deadline(s): None
Final notification: 4 – 6 weeks
Additional information: Foundation requires IRS letters for 501 (c)(3) or 509(a) status. In addition to items above, please also include an executive summary, organizational history and capacity, statement of need, program description, evaluation, and conclusion.

Donors & Leadership

Directors:
Annissa B Balson, Vice President Director
Carlton J Charles, Assistant Treasurer
Catherine A Bostron, Assistant Secretary
David Barret, Vice President Director
Eve B Burton, Assistant Secretary
Frank Bennack Jr, Vice President Director
George R Hearst Iii, Vice President Director
Gilbert C Maurer, Vice President Director
James M Asher, Vice President Director Secretary
John G Conomkies, Vice President Director
Lisa Hagerman, Vice President Director
Mark F Miller, Vice President Director
Mary Fisher, Assistant Treasurer
Mitchell Scherzer, Assistant Treasurer
Paul Dinovitz, Vice President Executive Director
Ralph Cuomo, Treasurer
Roger Paschke, Assistant Treasurer & Cio
Ronald J Doefler, Vice President Assistant Treasurer Director
Steven R Swartz, Vice President Director
Virginia H Randt, President Director
William R Hearst Iii, Vice President Director

EIN:

136161746