The Morgan Hill Community Foundation is a philanthropic organization that connects donors with local needs for a long-lasting, effective impact on our community.
We focus on the greater Morgan Hill region as defined by the Morgan Hill Unified School District boundaries.
We are a member of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, a 50-year-old institution with assets of approximately $4 billion and more than 1,650 philanthropic funds. It serves as a catalyst and leader for innovative solutions to our region's most challenging problems. It also gives more money to charities than any other community foundation in the U.S.
Now accepting 2014 grant applications. Press release details here.
MHCF FAST FACTS
1. Donors: We can assist with philanthropic choices and community investment strategies. We have several flexible donor options to effectively meet a variety of needs.
2. Giving: To date, the MHCF has awarded approximately $440,000 since its 2002 inception. We offer grant awards every spring that total approximately $5,000. Some of our recent grant recipients are talking about the help they have received this year. Check it out on our Facebook page.
3. Types of donations: cash, marketable securities, life insurance, real estate, foundation/corporate grants, and goods and services.
4. Six funding areas: Arts & Culture, Recreation, Education & Lifelong Learning, Health & Human Services, Science & Technology, Environment & Agriculture.
5. Annual discretionary grant process: See Grants for information.
The Morgan Hill Community Foundation would like to extend a warm thank you to our
2013/2014 Philanthropic Leaders:
If you have questions about our Philanthropic Leadership Program, please contact
Dave Reisenhauer, (408) 722-7612.