Hudson-Webber Foundation

Hudson-Webber Foundation

Hudson-Webber Foundation

Overview
Headquarters

333 West Fort Street,Suite 1310,Detroit, MI 48226

Charitable Causes

Cultural Services
Public Works & Infrastructure
Hospitals & Health Centers

Company Description

The basic purpose of the Hudson-Webber Foundation is to improve the vitality and quality of life of the metropolitan Detroit community. The Foundation concentrates its giving primarily within the City of Detroit and has a particular interest in the revitalization of the urban core because this area is a focus for community activity and pride and is of critical importance to the vitality of the entire metropolitan community. Since 1939, the Foundation has provided grants totaling over $160 million, 98% of which has been given to institutions and programs directly benefiting the metropolitan Detroit area. During 2011, the Foundation provided grants totaling more than $6 million. At present, the Foundation concentrates its efforts and resources in support of projects within four program missions, each of which has a significant effect upon the vitality and quality of life of the community. In addition, in 2008 the Foundation adopted a goal of attracting and retaining 15,000 new, young talented Detroiters to live and work in Greater Downtown Detroit by 2015 (the “15×15 Initiative”).

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Executives & Employees

Vice President of Finance & Administration

Vice President Program

Executive Assistant

President & Chief Executive Officer

Financial Director

Program Director

Attorney

Attorney

Grants Manager

Finance Associate

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Advisors & Consultants
Investment Manager

GMO, founded in 1977, is a privately held global investment management firm servicing clients in the corporate, public, endowment, and foundation marketplaces. As of December 31, 2012, we managed $106 billion* in client assets using a blend of traditional judgments with innovative quantitative methods to find undervalued securities and markets. Our success in consistently providing value added performance across a broad range of asset classes is founded on several key factors that include: discipline, value orientation, investment research, and constant innovation (see GMO Qualities below). Our broad-based value added over benchmarks has led many of our clients to request that we allocate assets and advise them on a global scale

Consultant

NEPC LLC is a private company headquartered in Boston, MA, that provides investment research.The company says this about itself: NEPC is an independent investment consultant and private wealth advisor with more than 30 years’ experience. Combining a proprietary research team dedicated to the long-term challenges facing institutional and high-net investors, with our unique client-centric model, NEPC builds forward-looking investment portfolios. We service over 350 retainer clients representing assets over $1.1 trillion from our offices in Boston, Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Detroit, Las Vegas, Portland and San Francisco

Investment Manager

WMC relies on their extensive independent research and include portfolio management styles and approaches in equities, fixed income securities, currencies and commodities, as well as asset allocation across these categories. The firm has a number of different disciplines when approaching research and these include asset allocation analysts, currency analysts, data scientists, factor analysts, fixed income credit analysts, fixed income market analysts, global industry analysts and research associates, macro-analysts, quantitative analysts and technical analysts. WMC’s portfolio management teams often include dedicated analysts who evaluate securities and other instruments for suitability based on the team’s investment approach. The firm supplements their internal research with external research from sources such as broker/dealers and third-party research firms. These sources typically provide data, research and analysis and may serve as a gauge of market consensus.

Non-Profit Donations & Grants
$100K - $200K
2019
$10K - $25K
2019
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