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Human Response Network Wish List:

  • New socks (women's, children's, men)
  • New gloves
  • New beanies/caps
  • New scarves
  • Blankets
  • Sleeping bags
  • Pop up tents
  • Tarps
  • Can openers
  • Batteries
  • Board game "Sequence" (Youth Center)
  • New rolling pin  (Youth Center)
  • New cutting board  (Youth Center)
  • New floor rugs  (Youth Center)
  • New or gently used foam interlocking floor mats  (Youth Center)
  • PS4 and games  (Youth Center)
  • Dictionary/thesaurus  (Youth Center)
  • A globe or maps  (Youth Center)
  • Musical instruments  (Youth Center)​​
  • 5 window coverings & curtains - 24" x 60"
  • Sealed snacks
  • Canned goods
  • Hygiene items (soap, toothpaste, shampoo/conditioner, deodorant, etc.) 
  • Also on an ongoing basis there is a need for fresh fruits and veggies, bread, and healthy snacks (granola bars, cheese sticks, crackers, pretzels, graham crackers, popcorn, raisins, peanut butter & jelly, etc.) at the Youth Centers.

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What is an Endowment?

An endowment is a gift that honors a person, company, or group.  Such a gift immortalizes either the benefactor or the party named by the endowment.  Gifts may include cash, real property, personal property, publically traded securities, life insurance, commercial annuities, other tangible property, gifts by will or living trust, and retirement plans. An endowed gift is forever.

Donations to the fund may have favorable tax benefits, both for the donor and for their family. Donors also have the option to remain anonymous when making contributions.

Please confer with your estate planner or financial advisor if you are interested in making an endowment to the Human Response Network.

How is my gift used?

Endowment funds will be allocated to support on-going and future programs/services. Donors may specify a program area for their funds or leave the allocation to the discretion of the Board of Directors and the Executive Director.  Funds may also be allocated to building maintenance and general operating costs.

The Executive Director, in consultation with the administrator of HRN's Endowment Fund, will review all non-cash gifts that are offered.

How may I become involved?

To become involved with the Human Response Network Endowment Fund you may contact:

Human Response Network
P.O. Box 2370
111 Mountain View Street
Weaverville, CA 96093
(530) 623-2024
Or E-mail Us

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