Our Clients:

Individuals, families, foundation trustees, and advisors to donor advised funds  use Pembroke Philanthropy Advisors to develop a strategic philanthropic plan that articulates their charitable interests and philanthropic goals. For further information, please contact Daphne Rowe.

Private foundations use Pembroke Philanthropy to manage all aspects of daily operations. Some of the private foundations we manage are:  The Allen Hilles Fund, The Donley Foundation, The Edna G. Kynett Foundation, the Quail Roost Foundation, The Leo & Peggy Pierce Family Foundation, The Sylvia W. and Randle M. Kauders Foundation, and The Millrace Foundation.

Client Stories

Pembroke has done a fabulous job helping The Hilles Fund streamline our entire grant making process. They are impressively knowledgeable about and connected within the community, which is important for us because our trustees are located in several different states. They are organized, detailed oriented and dedicated to going the extra mile to ensure that we, as a foundation, have all of the information that we need to make informed decisions when awarding grants. Pembroke simplifies the process of receiving and summarizing proposals, vetting organizations, distributing grants and following up on grantee reports, all of which is crucial because it allows our board members to focus solely on the important job of grant making.
The Allen Hilles Fund

Pembroke Philanthropy has done a terrific job for the Trustees of The Millrace Foundation. Daphne prepares the distribution booklets in advance of our meetings; she has arranged for site visits when one or more of the Trustees want to visit a potential grantee; and she offers helpful comments on occasion during the meetings of the Trustees. I can't imagine anyone being more helpful.
The Millrace Foundation

Pembroke Philanthropy has been an enthusiastic guide in the philanthropy world, helping us to hone our mission, stretch our strategic thinking, evaluate excellent programs and focus on best practices.
The Donley Foundation