Total Assets: $35,369,690
Total Giving: $1,837,752
District of Columbia
The following grants were reported in 2007:
$30,000 to National Day Laborer Organizing Network, Los Angeles, CA, payable over 1 year.
$30,000 to Fierce, New York, NY, payable over 1 year.
$30,000 to Tides Center, San Francisco, CA, payable over 1 year.
$30,000 to Alliance For Global Justice For Chiapas Media Project, Washington, DC, payable over 1 year.
$26,667 to Collegiate Directions, Bethesda, MD, payable over 1 year.
$25,000 to Caaav Organizing Asian Communities, Bronx, NY, payable over 1 year.
$25,000 to Voices De La Frontere Workers’ Center, MilwaGBee, WI, payable over 1 year.
$25,000 to Acorn Institute, New Orleans, LA, payable over 1 year.
$25,000 to Pico National Network, Oakland, CA, payable over 1 year.
$25,000 to Facilitating Leadership In Youth, Washington, DC, payable over 1 year.
Applications not accepted.
Giving in the U.S., primarily in CA, Washington, DC, New York, NY, with a special focus on the South or in Native communities in the U.S.
No grants to individuals.
The foundation’s mission is to work with low-income families and communities to create a fair and just society by helping them develop the capacity and leadership skills necessary to influence the decisions that shape their lives. HSF seeks to accomplish this mission by providing grants to organizations that work directly to build the power of low-income families; leveraging our and others’ resources; and promoting opportunities for learning and growth.
Type of Grantmaker: Independent foundation
Established in 1959 in NJ.
District of Columbia
Phone: (202) 833-8600
Email: [email protected]
1301 Connecticut Ave. N.W., Ste. 500
Washington, DC 20036-1833
While unsolicited proposals are not considered, the foundation will accept initial inquiry contacts from nonprofits whose work intersects with its areas of interest. Board meeting date(s): Nov.
Arthur B. Hill
Officers and Trustees:
Ashley Snowdon, President
Marguerite H. Snowdon, Vice President
Richard Snowdon, III, Secretary-Treasurer
Edward W. Snowdon, Jr.