quiet leadership and philanthropy
HRK Foundation
is an umbrella organization incorporating a number of family trusts and funds. The most visible of these funds is the MAHADH Fund, which was established in 1962 as a giving vehicle for Mary Elizabeth (Betty) Andersen Hulings and her husband, A.D. (Bill) Hulings. Both of the founders are now deceased, but their legacy of generosity and quiet service continue through the philanthropy and community involvement of their descendants. In addition to the MAHADH Fund, HRK includes the Art and Martha Kaemmer Fund, the Mary H. Rice Foundation, and several other family funds. The Mary H. Rice Foundation funds primarily in Bayfield and Ashland Counties in Wisconsin and does not accept unsolicited proposals.

Board of Directors
Julia L. Kaemmer, Chair
Arthur W. Kaemmer, Vice-Chair
Katherine D. R. Hayes
Frederick C. Kaemmer
Martha H. Kaemmer
Mary H. Rice
Molly E. Rice
Katherine R. Tilney

Program Management and Administration
Kathleen Fluegel, Executive Director
Liz Coughlin, Foundation Administrator
Katy Davis, Office Manager

Exponent Philanthropy
Grants Managers Network
Grantmakers in the Arts
Minnesota Council on Foundations
Minnesota Council of Nonprofits
Mission Investors Exchange
National Center for Family Philanthropy
Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Funders Group