OVERVIEW: Financier Harlan Korenvaes and his wife Amy move their philanthropy through the Harlan and Amy Korenvaes Family Foundation. The foundation's Texas grantmaking focuses on the Dallas area. Interests include Jewish organizations, health, and education.
IP TAKE: The foundation keeps a low profile and does not accept unsolicited proposals.
FUNDING AREAS: Health, Human Services, Education & Youth, Jewish causes, Arts,
PROFILE: HBK Investments Founder Harlan Korenvaes and his wife Amy move their philanthropy through The Harlan and Amy Korenvaes Family Foundation, which was founded in 2000. The family's giving through their foundation has a strong Dallas focus. The Korenvaes Foundation gave away a little under $640,000 in a recent tax year and a little more than $481,000 the year prior.
The foundation keeps a low profile and most of its grantmaking is ascertained through tax records. In the Dallas area, Harlan Korenvaes is a director of Children’s Medical Center Foundation and the family steadily supports Children’s Medical Center via their foundation. The couple gave a gift to support an endowment for the Funnyatrics Clown Program.
The Harlan and Amy Korenvaes Family Foundation's Texas grantmaking tends to focus on health, human services, education, youth, and Jewish causes. Grantees have included Southern Methodist University, Greenhill School, Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas, Nasher Sculpture Center, and Dallas Opera.
Harlan & Amy Korenvaes Family Foundation
3953 Maple Avenue, No 150
Dallas, TX 75219