Hanna Mahon

Former President, Pink House Foundation

Hanna Mahon is the former President of the Pink House Foundation, a small family foundation (now donor-advised fund) based in Washington, DC. From 2015-2020, they helped shift the foundation’s grantmaking strategy away from service-based work and toward intersectional grassroots social movements with racial justice at the center. They also helped start Families Organizing to Resource Movements (or the FORM Collective) in the summer of 2020 as a way to offer peer support for those in family philanthropy who want to move their families to liberate grants for the Movement for Black Lives. When not organizing in philanthropy, they write fiction and pet cats.


Racial Justice in Family Philanthropy Symposium

Posted on September 19, 2021 by Vincent Robinson, Doua Thor, Dwayne S. Marsh, Irene Wong, Sandy Herz, John Matthew Sobrato, Nora Leccese, Annie Mahon, Hanna Mahon, Sam Vinal

Registration is now closed. If you have questions, please email ncfp@ncfp.org. NCFP’s Family Philanthropy Racial Justice Symposium is a two-day virtual learning opportunity for family foundation board members, CEOs, senior staff, and next generation family members seeking to deepen their knowledge around racial equity frameworks and practices. Leverage Philanthropic Partners, ABFE, Resource Generation, other experts in this space will lead… Read More