Philanthropy Programs

Philanthropy can be broadly defined as love for humankind. It is derived from the Greek words "Philos," which means loving, and "Anthropos," which means humankind. A person who practices philanthropy is called a philanthropist.

The purpose of philanthropy is to improve the well-being of humankind by preventing and solving social problems. Philanthropy is not the same as charity. Charity focuses on eliminating the suffering caused by social problems, while philanthropy focuses on eliminating social problems. For example, giving food to a person who is suffering from famine is charity. The food helps the person for a short period of time, but the person will become hungry again in the future. Teaching the person how to grow food is philanthropy because it eliminates the social problem causing the person's hunger.

 

We believe that by working with others, we can do more than anyone can do on their own. The best way to unlock human potential is through the power of creative cooperation.

 

The Hunnicutt Foundation team gives of their time, talent, and treasure to make positive change happen for humanity regardless of wealth, gender, ethnicity, or status.

Hunnicutt Foundation Philanthropy Programs
1. Hunnicutt and Chinn Scholarship Program at City College of San Francisco 
2. World Help Sponsorships to children in India and Africa


Hunnicutt Foundation Mentoring Program 
1. The Hunnicutt Foundation Mentoring Program is an individualized program for girls and young ladies. We are presently mentoring three young women.


More programs are to be developed and announced in 2022.

 

“Life’s persistent and most urgent question is “What are you doing for others?”

–Martin Luther King Jr.