Who We Are
Hearts of Harvest Foundation (HOHF) is a 100% volunteer non-profit organization whose mission is to: Provide financial assistance and support to families and their children of our community who are in a health crisis. The operating principles of the organization include:
It is the goal of HOHF to provide grants to organizations and individuals whose need supports the mission of HOHF. In return HOHF requests that recipients provide financial accountability for their grant monies received from HOHF once a year. None of the funds received are to be used for administrative or fundraising purposes. Families applying for a grant must reside in San Joaquin County. Applicants in neighboring communities may be considered.
HOHF is proud to state that an estimated 90% of our budget (during event year) is gifted to selected beneficiaries supporting our mission and 10% covers minimum administrative expenses. During non-fundraising event years, costs are kept to a minimum so we can continue to give to families in need. We are able to do this due to very little overhead and staff working from home.
Executive Volunteer Staff
Becki B. Brown - Executive Director/Co-Founder
Pam McCain - Director of Finance/Co-Founder
Board of Directors
Pam McCain - Treasurer 2015-1017 (President 2009-2014,Treasurer 2003-2008)
Bonnie Smith - President 2015-2017 (Secretary 2006-2008 / Director 2003-2014)
Jeanna Hoff - Vice President 2015-2017
Becki B. Brown - Director 2009-2017 (President 2003-2008)
Sarah Oxarart - Secretary 2015-2017 (Director 2009-2014)
Kerry Harris - Director 2015-2017
Haley Brown - Director 2016-2018
Sharon Villa - Director 2016-2018
Bruce George - Avisory Board Member 2015-2017
HOHF Board Oath
1.) We are committed board members who trust one another.
2.) We are members who take their roles seriously.
3.) We build on the quality of people in the organization.
4.) Our members give their best efforts, not their life to the organization.
5.) The Board makes sure the money raised is used for the results for which it has been given.
6.) Membership on this Board is not power and recognition, it is responsibility.
7.) Members are requested to actively lead in fund development, committing to an annual financial gift.
8.) Members welcome work plans, to help achieve the goals and objectives of HOHF.
9.) As Board members, we invest in the organization for the sake of the mission, because we care. Members make a clear contribution to HOHF with their time, energy and commitment.
10.) Constant communication among members is essential to the effectiveness and growth of HOHF.