HMC Architects & Designing Futures Foundation Awards $10,000 Grant

In 2008, HMC Architects established its Designing Futures Foundation (DFF) to give back to the communities the firm serves. The DFF has awarded Woodbury a $10,000 grant to support the Year of Climate Justice initiative by providing student scholarships to support projects that address climate change, environmental justice and perspectives of underserved communities.

To date, the DFF has granted numerous scholarships, sponsored research, funded design competitions, and participated in other philanthropic initiatives. The DFF’s mission is to build a better world, and over the past decade the foundation has made charitable investments in key focus areas that align with HMC’s core values and competencies, including:

  • The award of more than 180 grants to nonprofit organizations with a focus on architecture and design to positively impact the built environment.
  • Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) and Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math (STEAM) education to train the next generation of creators and innovators.
  • Environmental sustainability and resilience to create a sustainable and regenerative future.
  • Health and human services to build healthy and vibrant communities.
  • The award of 215 educational scholarships to outstanding and deserving high school and college students who are pursuing STEM-related careers.

Find out more about Woodbury SOA’s Climate Justice initiative.


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