Several months before Interhash 1998 in Kuala Lumpur, after assessing the large volume of Tim “Magic” Hughes' Hash Achive Materials obtained from Bangkok HHH, the Interhash Management Committee and Hash Council (KLHHH) issued a DIRECTIVE that “the Hash Heritage Trust be formed as a non-profit entity.

"The mission of the of the trust would be to take care of the heritage aspects of hashing in general for the interests of hashers worldwide and in particular to:
  1. Manage and develop Hash Archives
  2. Hold the hash exhibition of Interhash ‘98
  3. Play a key role to rebuild the hash house

Hash Heritage Foundation (Yayasan Hash Heritage) was incorporated in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 11th July 2000. It is registered under the Malaysian Companies Act 1965 as a not-for-profit organisation, limited by guarantee and having no shareholders, with strict requirements in respect of annual auditing and reporting. Memorandum and Articles of Association

The initial Founding HHF trustees were 23 international Hashers.
Current HHF Trustees

The Hash Heritage Foundation is managed by a Board of Trustees assisted by Coordinators responsible for day to day operations. .

The Annual General Meeting for Trustees of Hash Heritage Foundation was held 28 June 2013. The following documents were considered:
  1. Annual Report 2012-2013
  2. Financial Statement December 2012
  3. Minutes of AGM 30 May 2012