Funders & In-kind Support

Our Funders

Healthy Building Network is a 501c3 charitable organization, and the majority of our funding comes from foundations that believe in our mission, support our unique approach and recognize our excellence in innovation.  Over the past 15 years, HBN has benefited from the generous support of the following organizations:

ASID Foundation The California Wellness Foundation Cedar Tree Foundation Charles Pankow Foundation
Clif Bar Family Foundation Educational Foundation of America Forsythia Foundation Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund
John Merck Fund Johnson Family Foundation Mitchell Kapor Foundation The Kendeda Fund
The New York Community Trust Tides Foundation Oram Foundation The San Francisco Foundation


Alida Messinger Charitable Lead Trust

Bullitt Foundation

Fine Fund

HKH Foundation

Panta Rhea Foundation

Passport Foundation

Rockefeller Philanthropic Collaborative

Our In-kind Donors

HBN’s work benefits greatly from in-kind donations from:

Donated Furnishings for Our New DigsHBN DC Office Interior w staff

Since 2009, HBN HQ has resided in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC.  Four (out of 13) of us work here – making it the defacto nerve center of the organization.  The rest of the team is scattered around the country, working from home-offices or one-person set-ups. 

Recently, we moved the DC office down Connecticut Avenue a couple of blocks – taking over the fourth floor of a classic Dupont rowhouse.  Being on the top floor means lots of natural light from windows and skylights – and fresh air from windows that open.  It also means walking up and down many stairs, many times a day! 

Our new offices had belonged to an architecture firm.  We kept most of their workstation built-ins, and received some amazing chairs, task lighting and three drawer pedestals, donated from Humanscale, Teknion and USBI – donations that were facilitated by our stellar board members, Linda Sorrento and Penny Bonda

Thank you Linda, Penny, Humanscale, Teknion and USBI for your generous contributions to and support for HBN. 



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