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The HeartRight Foundation

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The HeartRight Foundation was created in 1992 in honor of a man named Joe, to provide valuable growth opportunities to people with developmental disabilities that they might not otherwise have.  Over the years, the HeartRight Foundation has provided social, therapeutic and educational opportunities. There is an emphasis on helping people to make community connections, resulting in lasting membership and value in the relationship. The current focus of the HeartRight Foundation is to assist individuals affected by California’s economic crisis and resulting budget cuts that have affected them. 

The HeartRight Foundation is actively seeking donations to continue providing support and opportunities to people with developmental disabilities. Your help is very much needed. Use the Donate button below to make your donation in any amount. If you have other things you can donate, please contact Stacy Sisson, via email by clicking on her name, or by phone at 916-679-1555. Our generous supporters have donated furniture, accessibility equipment, services or other forms of non-monetary help. We rely exclusively on donations from our community to support our activities. The HeartRight Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, and your HeartRight donations are tax deductible. They are also greatly appreciated!

Helping Victims of the Camp and Woolsey Wildfires

The HeartRight Foundation is partnering with the California Supported Living Network to provide relief to people who have been affected by the recent wildfires and who utilize or will utilize community services such as Respite, SLS and ILS, and to the people who provide them with support. Monetary grants will be provided for housing, medical needs, food and other essentials. 100% of every dollar donated will be given to the victims of the fires. Click below!