HILLMAN FAMITH FOUNDATIONS

Financial Information

Total Assets: $400,499,042 Total Giving: $31,991,704

Area of Service:

Pennsylvania, Oregon, Colorado, California, New York, New Hampshire

Areas of Interest:

Not Available

Programs

Program-Related Investment

Grants

The following grants were awarded in 2015 and 2014: Calvary Episcopal Church of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – $40,000
Episcopal Church Foundation of New York City, New York – $1,000
Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – $300,000
Episcopal Church Foundation, New York City, New York – $1,000

Limitations

Giving primarily in the following areas: Hillman Foundation: Pittsburgh and Southwestern PA; Henry L. Hillman Foundation: Pittsburgh and Southwestern PA; Mary Hillman Jennings Foundation: Pittsburgh and Southwestern PA; Elsie H. Hillman Foundation: Pittsburgh and Southwestern PA; Polk Foundation: Pittsburgh, PA; Juliet Lea Simonds Foundation: Pittsburgh, PA and New York City, NY; Audrey Hillman Fisher Foundation: Pittsburgh, PA, Santa Barbara, CA, and central NH; Henry Lea Hillman, Jr. Foundation: Portland, OR; William Talbott Hillman Foundation: Pittsburgh, PA and New York City, NY; Dylan Todd Simonds Foundation: San Francisco, CA and Pittsburgh, PA; Talbott & Carter Simonds Foundation: New York City, NY and Pittsburgh, PA; Henry John Simonds Foundation: New York City, NY and Pittsburgh, PA; Justin Brooks Fisher Foundation: Boulder, CO and Pittsburgh, PA; Matthew Hillman Fisher Foundation: Pittsburgh, PA, New York City, NY and Los Angeles, CA; Lilah Hilliard Fisher Foundation: New York City, NY and Pittsburgh, PA; Nina Baldwin Fisher Foundation: Pittsburgh, PA, Juliet Ashby Hillman Foundation: Portland, OR, Summer Lea Hillman Foundation: Portland, OR.
No grants to individuals, or for deficit financing, publications, or conferences.

Summary

Hillman Family Foundations acts as the umbrella for the individual foundations listed. Prospective applicants should address grants inquiries to the appropriate individual foundations. Each foundation retains its own grantmaking focus and eligibility criteria. 1) Hillman Foundation: Arts and culture, health and medicine, education, economic development, human services, and conservation; 2) Henry L. Hillman Foundation: Arts and culture (focus on visual arts), health and medicine (research focused), education (focus on higher education), economic development, human services, conservation, and technology ; 3) Elsie L. Hillman Foundation: Education, human services (women-focused), religion, arts and culture, and community development with emphasis on civic affairs; 4) Mary Hillman Jennings Foundation: Healthcare, human services (focus on disabilities) and education; 5) Polk Foundation: Human services for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities; 6) Audrey Hillman Fisher Foundation: Human services (focus on woman and children), healthcare, conservation, education, arts ; 7) Juliet Lea Hillman Simonds Foundation: Arts and culture ; 8) Henry Lea Hillman, Jr. Foundation: Education, arts and culture, human services, community development, conservation, health and medicine; 9) William Talbott Hillman Foundation: Arts and culture, education, environment/conservation and human services ; 10) Dylan Todd Simonds Foundation: Environment/conservation (focus on sustainable development) arts and culture, education; 11) Talbott and Carter Simonds Foundation: Health and medicine, arts/culture, education, youth programs (focus on social enterprise and entrepreneurship); 12) Henry John Simonds Foundation: Arts/culture (focus on artist development in visual and performing arts) civic affairs, community development, education, conservation and environment; 13) Justin Brooks Fisher Foundation: Conservation/environment (focus on animal health and veterinary medicine), education, arts/culture; 14) Matthew Hillman Fisher Foundation: Arts/culture, human services, education, conservation/environment; 15) Nina Baldwin Fisher Foundation: Human services (focus on women and children) education (focus on culinary training), environment/conservation and arts/culture; 16) Lilah Hilliard Fisher Foundation: Human services (focus on early childhood development. adolescents, women and reproductive rights), education, arts/culture and environment/conservation ; 17) Juliet Ashby Hillman Foundation: Animal welfare, education and human services; 18) Summer Lea Hillman Foundation: Animal welfare, education and human services .

Additional

The Henry L. Hillman Foundation was established in 1964 in PA. In 2009, the foundation organized 18 related foundations in a central administrative entity called Hillman Family Foundations; all grantmaking is still conducted through the individual foundations according to their respective program and geographic interests

Quick Facts Sheet
URL:

hillmanfamilyfoundations.org

Located in:

Pittsburgh,

Pennsylvania, Oregon, Colorado, California, New York, New Hampshire

United States

Contact Information / Process

Telephone: (412) 338-3466
Fax: (412) 338-3463
E-mail: [email protected]
Location:
310 Grant St, 2000 Pittsburgh, PA United States 15219-2213
Initial Approach: Online

Donors & Leadership

Governing Body:
C.G. Grefenstette Director, Vice President
David K Roger Director, President
Henry L. Hillman Director, Chairmam
Edward J. Grefenstette Director
Juliet L. Hillman Simonds Director Hour
Bruce I. Crocker Director, Secretar < Hour Lisa R. Johns Treasurer Henry L. Hillman Donors: Carter B. Simonds Henry L. Hillman Henry L. Hillman Juliet Lea Hillman Simonds Talbott L. Simonds

EIN:

256065959