Harold K. Hochschild Foundation
The Harold K. Hochschild Foundation was founded Oct 1, 1980 and is named for Harold K. Hochschild, a former the executive head of the American Metal Company. The American Metal Company merged in 1957, eventually becoming AMAX Inc. He also was a former director of the Correctional Association of New York.
Its mission statement says it wants to protect civil liberties (by fostering electoral democracy, reducing government secrecy, restoring individual privacy), protect the environment (by protecting the Commons and encouraging critical thinking about biotechnology) and reverse the arms race (by eliminating weapons of mass destruction and reducing arms trade).
Its website dissolved in 2007.
The HGH Foundation gives away a lot of grants
- All archived versions of the HKH Foundation website
- Oct 2006 version of the HKH Foundation website
- 990 forms from 2000-2007