Investing in Human Capital to Make the World a Little Better: we look for great people doing brilliant work and invest in both.
When considering grant proposals the WHH Foundation favors proposals related to the development of human capital in the areas of education, health, the arts, and community-building; single-year as opposed to multi-year proposals; supporting matching grants. Proposals requesting funds for an organization’s operating costs and capital investment are not favored. Grants are awarded on the basis of merit, educational importance, relevance to program goals, and cost-effectiveness. Trustees of the WHH Foundation are required to be, in some way, personally involved with the organization for which they are seeking funding. This requirement is true for any party seeking a grant from the Foundation.
tax-exempt, charitable organizations.
We do not provide funding for projects that benefit specific individuals or that serve religious purposes.
Health, community building, humanitarian issues, education, arts, and science