Hearts for Kindness cares for you,
please care for someone else.

With this one thought in mind, we help others in the three ways:



Through acts of kindness we want to bring people together within the community to help others. Some examples include projects that can be done within our community that help others and promote more acts of kindness, such as making tote bags out of tshirts for local food pantries, making scarves for the homeless, and community calls to action to help individuals, families, and other non-profits. We also plan projects organized and completed through groups of children in our communities, to teach them and the generations to come about giving to others.


Through one time monetary assistance up to $500. We help with those emergency expenses that can throw off a household budget for months. One time financial assistance up to $500 is paid to a vendor or service provider. Proof of financial need, including third party request, is required. If a request is granted that beneficiary will not be eligible more than once every two years and no more than three times. No gift cards or cash will be given out.


Through special fundraising efforts for a family or individuals with a greater need, such as special medical equipment or treatment that is not covered by insurance, funeral expenses, repair/remodeling costs for handicap accessible needs. These are efforts folks make on their own sometimes. We hope to provide them with the talents of our Board of Directors, the assistance of our list of volunteers and our fundraising tools to help them reach their goal. Once again funds raised are only paid to the vendor/product, no cash or checks will be paid to individuals and once the goal is met any additional funds raised will stay within Hearts for Kindness to be used to help others at the discretion of the Board.

All request forms must be completed by a third party (such as a social worker, pastor, teacher, counselor, etc.) to be approved at the discretion of the board and are subject to the availability of volunteers and funds.