Linda Myers Memorial Trap Shoot and Hart House Benefit

David Myers and the Richburg Rod and Gun Club hosted another very successful trap shot, chicken barbecue, bear and quilt raffle, and basket auction at the end of April.
This event, after a two year hiatus due to the pandemic, raised $7500.00
Hart House staff and volunteers and board members are very grateful for David’s wonderful support of Hart House. Since 2014, David and the Richburg Rod and Gun Cub have raised over #37,00.


Wish List – Needed Supplies

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Wish List of Needed Items for Hart Comfort House

Check with Scott and/or Joanne on what is needed for Kitchen Supplies (585 596 1045). We keep a running grocery list for such items as milk, bread, butter, and certain kinds of juices.
Donations can be left on the front porch from 9 – 4 if you prefer. Just ring door bell.

If you like to cook, check to see if a casserole or soup is needed for residents or families. We often have families staying with us, so any way you choose to help is good for offering comfort and sustenance.

Gift Cards: Tops, Giant, Fisher’s Pharmacy, Local Restaurants (for families from out of town)

Postage Stamps

Check with Scott or Joanne to see if there are any office supplies needed

L’ITALIA Fundraiser – April 6 Celebration

L’Italia’s fundraising event was a huge success. The Sanders and the Dunne families worked to make this event an outspending awareness and fundraising day. With many individuals and businesses donating funds and/or giving gifts for raffling, a 50/50 raffle, and 10% of L’Italia’s sales going to Hart house, Jasmine Sanders and her families raised over $8,000.

L’Italia’s customers enjoyed conviviality, and
-live music with Adam Stack and Matt Burns
-volunteers from Hart House talking about their experiences
-time to share with Executive Director, Scott Swift and Volunteer Coordinator, Joanne White
-One Hope wine tastings with Tony B. (10% of his sales doing to Hart House)
-Marshall Green’s pottery (105 of his sales going to Hart House)