A 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
© Copyright. All Rights Reserved 2017
Three Ways To Help Kent's Heart and Hope Foundation ~
A 100% volunteer supported organization ~
Your donation directly support Southern Arizona Police, Fire, Border Patrol and Corrections.
All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Plan Ahead. That’s what Kent advised everyone. He never expected illness to devastate his life – but it did – and because he sacrificed and planned – he was financially able to handle it. Kent believed in planning for the worst, yet living for the best. Plan ahead – save money, save your sick and vacation time and be ready for anything that may happen.
Donate. First responders - consider making a gift to the fund – it is a way not just to help you in the unlikely event of illness, but to help other officers, your friends, in a time when they need it most.
Community & Businesses - sponsor a Hero - the smallest or largest contribution made supports first responders in a time when needed most.
Sponsor the "Yesterday'sHeart~Today'sHope" Annual Event. Many first responders spend a great part of their life serving the public – contributing to the community on and off duty. Tucson also has community members who do the same. An opportunity for the community and law enforcement to join together to remember, reflect and recognize efforts of each other. Become a title, supporting or in-kind sponsor of this event ~ contact Gabrielle Rhind for more information on how you can help!
To provide support for public safety personnel with non-line of duty, sudden life compromising illness; and support for youth who demonstrate Kent’s legacy of living.
Kent's Heart and Hope Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization that operates on donated funds from caring individuals, companies, and the community.
Contribute with confidence to Kent's Heart and Hope Foundation because donations directly benefit and support first responders. Your contribution will be handled with integrity for individuals in need. Give a helping hand to those who help the public!