"Beat" At a Glance
Celebrating 17 years...of treasures for the heart! Honoring the children, our contributors & volunteers
Through the leadership of HOHF, 3 mom's trials of dealing with their own sick children, has produced much "good", because thousands of families & children have benefited from the work done by this Foundation. We continue to diligently carry out our motto: "The giving of one heart to another". Because of the outstanding support they lend the community at large through their various gifts & grants given, Hearts of Harvest Foundation was awarded "2012 Organization of the Year" by the Tracy Chamber of Commerce.
Fruits of Our Harvest
Since the founding of HOHF in 2003, gross revenues made for HOHF as 2017, is $955,556. Net revenue raised for HOHF as of 2017 is $661,674. Our total charitable giving from HOHF to organizations and individuals who support our mission to date, is $599,267. Endowment deposits for HOHF sustainability totals: $133,000.
Hearts of Harvest Foundation is a 100% volunteer organization. This allows us the privilege of giving healthy gifts to our beneficiaries. Volunteers are solely motivated by their passion for HOHF’s cause.
Your support makes it Possible!
Here is a quote from one of our beneficiary families:
“Thanks to the HOHF gift, my family received financial assistance that enabled us to help pay our PG&E bill to prevent our power from being turned off. The expenses from our child’s lengthy hospital stay drained our savings.”
One in 100 children is born with a heart defect in the U.S. which translates to between 35,000 and 40,000 births annually. Congenital heart defects are responsible for more deaths in the first year of life than any other birth defects. (The National Institutes of Health)
Hearts of Harvest Foundation (HOHF) is a non-profit organization who’s long range Mission is:
To provide financial assistance and support to families and their children of our community who are in a health crisis.
Our Operating Principles
It is the goal of HOHF to provide grants to organizations whose mission helps HOHF attain its short-term goals. In return HOHF requests recipients provide financial accountability for their grant monies received from HOHF once a year and that none of the funds received are used for administrative or fundraising purposes of the organization.