Changing Lives Through Resident Benevolence Programs

 

A variety of RHF Charitable Foundation’s funds support RHF residents by providing programs like rental assistance, Project H.A.N.D.S. (Helping Angels National Donated Support), educational scholarships, holiday toys for children and more.

Funds & Programs that Support Our Residents

3 women with the hand made blankets

Project H.A.N.D.S.

(Helping Angels National Donated Support) is a program that provides crafting materials, tools, and supplies for residents to hand-make items and donate them to other organizations.

Resident Benevolence

is a fund that provides rental assistance and various benevolence programs to RHF residents of all ages. Recently, this fund supported our new Kicks 4 Kids program, which outfitted young residents with back-to-school shoes.

Three kids standing in front of booth with a Back to School poster and holding school supplies
Three kids standing in front of booth with a Back to School poster and holding school supplies

Resident Benevolence

is a fund that provides rental assistance and various benevolence programs to RHF residents of all ages. Recently, this fund supported our new Kicks 4 Kids program, which outfitted young residents with back-to-school shoes.

Little girl sitting on a couch with a toy

Toys for RHF Kids

A tradition that started 25 years ago, delivering holiday gifts to every RHF child each December. As part of this cherished program, “RHF Wrappers,” groups of senior residents wrap each toy before delivery.

Youth Education Scholarships

Each year RHFCF awards thousands of dollars in educational scholarships to children and young adults living in our communities, investing in their futures and helping make their dreams a reality.

“…I aspire to empower older adults to live a healthy and happy life. I feel extremely grateful and honored to receive this scholarship and serve my community as a nurse practitioner student. Thank you so much for your generosity and investing in my future!”

– Dahae Hwang, Nurse Practitioner Student, RHF resident, and RHFCF Aging Services Scholarship Recipient