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Support our Holiday Giving Campaign!

Through the Head, Heart, and Hands (H3) program, our afterschool and summer programs provide homework assistance, mentoring, counseling, and protection from negative influences. Our data and evaluation shows that Heart House programs improve mental health and social-emotional learning, increase reading and math scores, and enhance the overall well being of our students.

This Holiday Giving Season, our goal is to raise $20,000. With your help, we can invest in much-needed program supports such as teachers, healthy snacks, mindful materials, technology upgrades, art supplies, and tools for play therapy. Early gifts have raised $7,000.

Will you please consider a year-end gift to invest in refugee students and improve their opportunity for a successful future?

Thank you for supporting Heart House!

Payments are processed securely via  Bloomerang. You may make a one-time donation using any credit or debit card. Recurring donations can also be securely processed through Bloomerang. Click the icon below to begin processing your donation.


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We are always collecting program and school supplies for our youth. Please take a look at our supply donation page to see current needs.

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If you have a Kroger Plus Card, you can benefit Heart House through the Kroger Community Rewards program. Beginning August 1st, 2015, you can visit www.KrogerCommunityRewards.com and link your Kroger Plus Card to Heart House by entering our Kroger Community Rewards number – 92525. When you do, you’ll be earning money for Heart House every time you shop using your Kroger Plus Card.


Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law, and makes an enormous impact upon the lives of the students of Heart House.