Russell L. Hiller Charitable Trust

The Russell L. Hiller Charitable Trust provides grants for programs that improve the quality of life for the residents of the Governor Mifflin School District. It was established by bequest by the late Judge Hiller, who lived in the Shillington area. The fund also provides annual scholarships for Governor Mifflin Area seniors and annual grants to the Borough of Shillington to support the park and pool, the Mifflin Community Library, and Albright College.

Applications are due on August 15. Decisions are announced by the end of October.

In order to apply for any grant, you must first click the Sign Up button in the top right corner to create an account. If you already established an account, click Sign In to proceed with applying for a grant.

Note that demographic and quality of life data about Berks County is available at Berks Vital Signs. You may find that data useful in this or other grant applications that you complete.

Supplemental Questions
  1. Program/Project Name
  2. Describe the purpose of your program/project in one sentence.
  3. Does your program/project serve residents of the Governor Mifflin Area School District?
  4. List the major activities involved with this program/project.
  5. What specific program/project outcomes do you expect to achieve?
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