MISSION 

To improve the well being and quality of life for the youth and elderly, primarily living on the West Side of Cincinnati as well as Greater Cincinnati and other areas, through an emphasis on athletics, health, education and the appreciation of art, music and the outdoors. 

TAX STATUS 

The Pine Meer Foundation (Foundation) is an Ohio based non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation established in Cincinnati, OH. 

Rookwood Plaque of Cincinnati Fountain Square

by Edward Menzel & Caroline Williams, 1957. 

OVERVIEW

THE PINE MEER FOUNDATION (PMF) provides financial assistance and support to various non-profit operating organizations, in accordance with our Mission. 

To encourage others to give locally, PMF has identified various charitable Westside Cincinnati organizations and provided an easy method to give to multiple local charities through one donation form. In addition, the PMF will match your gift dollar for dollar to several of these charities, as explained on the donation form

 

In addition to a focus on giving, our Foundation encourages visits to museums and other places of interest, which help contribute in making the Cincinnati area, as well as Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky,  unique and special.   

 

The Foundation was established to recognize and continue the philanthropic efforts of the Schott Family* that formerly resided on a property once known as Pine Meer Estate in western Cincinnati.   

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Photographs of Pine Meer from the 1960's 

CONTACT US

The Pine Meer Foundation

318 Avenue I, Suite 860

Redondo Beach, CA 90277

L. Ried Schott, Founding Member

Susan Nunnery, Director & Secretary

​Telephone: 888-272-8824

Email: donate@pinemeer.org

DO YOU RECOGNIZE THIS?
Hint: It's at Western Hills High School. 
*DISCLAIMERS

The Pine Meer Foundation is not affiliated and has no relationship with:

  • Pine Meer Condominiums

  • The current owners and residents of homes on the former Pine Meer Estate

  • Walter, Charles J. or Marge Schott

  • Marge & Charles J. Schott Foundation  

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