OVERVIEW: Campbell and Hall Charity Fund supports organizations based in the U.S. that address reproductive health on an international scale.
IP TAKE: This is a modest funder with a budget to match. However, it appears receptive to exploring worthy international reproductive health programs around the world.
PROFILE: Based in Boston, Massachusetts, the Campbell and Hall Charity Fund supports education, reproductive health, social justice and economic opportunity. The fund limits its international grantmaking to reproductive health.
The Campbell and Hall Charity Fund does not maintain its own web presence, and it is administered by Hemenway & Barnes. As a result, the lack of information makes it challenging to locate information about its grantmaking. However, U.S.- based organizations that seek international reproductive health grants should note there is much competition from Bostonian organizations. In the past, Campbell and Hall has supported organizations like Planned Parenthood in the U.S., which indicates that the fund seeks similar international reproductive health projects.
Grants typically ranging from $5,000 to $10,000. The fund accepts unsolicited grant applications and proposals. Decisions are made at the trustee’s discretion. Trustees meet four times per year in February, May, September and November to review grant applications and make funding decisions.
- Arthur Page, Trustee
- Nancy Gardiner, Trustee
- George Beal, Trustee
- Susan Fish, Grants Administrator