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Profile Last Updated: 09/24/2015

Harmon Killebrew Foundation, Ltd.

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Purpose and Activities

The foundation is dedicated to: raising and contributing funds to nonprofit organizations that benefit children, health, human services, education, medicine, and other areas of the human experience; enriching quality of life; promoting self-sufficiency; and improving public mental, physical, and emotional health and education through the art and sport of baseball.


Established in 1998 in AZ - Founded by the late Harmon Clayton Killebrew, a professional baseball player for the Washington Senators/Minnesota Twins (1954-1974) and Kansas City Royals (1975). Killebrew is a member of the 500 Home Run Club, and was a 13 time All Star. In 1969, Killebrew won the American League Most Valuable Player Award, and in 1984, he was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame


Harmon Killebrew Foundation, Ltd.

Public charity




5137 W. Molly Ln. Phoenix, AZ United States 85083

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