The Paul and Phyllis Fireman Foundation
The Paul and Phyllis Fireman Foundation is a family foundation based in Boston, Massachusetts. It dedicates a major share of its funding resources to ending family homelessness in the Commonwealth and beyond. The Foundation also supports a range of other causes.
The Foundation was created by Paul Fireman, former CEO of Reebok International, and his wife Phyllis, after Reebok became a public company in 1985. The trustees are Paul and Phyllis, their three children and their spouses. Annual giving has been at the $4–8 million level for the past decade, but will rise to over $12 million in 2007.