The George Hoag Family Foundation

Founded in 1940 by George and Grace Hoag and their son, George Grant Hoag II, the George Hoag Family Foundation is committed to making a positive difference in the communities it serves by improving social conditions, promoting human welfare and alleviating pain and suffering.

Over 75 years later, the family continues its long tradition of philanthropy and strives to be responsive to the changing community needs.

Contact the Foundation office to request more information about our funding activities or our mission. We’re working to improve conditions for people throughout Los Angeles and Orange County.

Read More

Vintage Hoag family photo

What We Fund

Currently, the Foundation is focused on safety-net issues and basic need grants.

The Foundation primarily applies its resources to benefit California residents through funding healthcare programs, social service programs, and youth-oriented organizations.

Read More

How to Apply

Prospective and returning applicants will begin the process by completing an online eligibility survey. If an organization is found to be eligible, they will be provided with an online link to a letter of inquiry submission form.  This form will provide the Foundation with concise information about the organization, as well as outlining the aims and specific needs of the grant request.

If upon review of the letter of inquiry, the grant request is found to be a fit with the Foundation’s mission and funding priorities, the applicant will be provided with an application along with an invitation to apply.

If you have any additional questions regarding the Foundation's letter of inquiry or grant application process you are welcome to contact Sarah Bicknell, Grants Coordinator or Jeffrey Smith, Program Director at 310-664-1358.

Read More

Funding History