The Buhl Foundation Family of Funds includes the Buhl Foundation, a charitable trust first established in 1928, as well as the McCreery Memorial Fund and the Frick Educational Fund. Each has its own history and its unique place in the Buhl Family of Funds.
In his will, Henry Buhl, Jr. provided that if any person were disposed to make gifts or bequeaths to the Buhl Foundation, the Board of Directors had the power to receive them and manage them for the purposes of the Foundation. The Foundation has been honored to incorporate both the McCreery Memorial Fund and the Frick Educational Fund into the work of the Foundation. Each retains its original mission, is separately identified and receives the benefits of efficiencies in overhead and financial management. The Buhl Foundation is dedicated to serving the community in this way while fulfilling the intentions of our founder.
A Part of our Community
Recent Buhl grants in excess of: $400,000
Dream. Discover. Design. That is the goal of the Pittsburgh Science and Technology Academy, a new Pittsburgh Public High School (grades 6-12) where students can develop the necessary skills for a career in the sciences. Read More
Buhl grants in excess of: $1,000,000
Nearly 3 million people visit a Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh branch each year. With a lead funding gift from the Buhl Foundation, the Carnegie Library broke ground on a new North Side Branch in May of 2008. Read More
Buhl grants in excess of: $1,500,000
An architectural gem on Pittsburgh's North Side, the Children's Museum is the first LEED certified “green” Children's Museum constructed in the country. The Children's Museum houses a variety of fun and educational children and family activities that draw nearly 200,000 visitors a year. Read More