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Thank you!

To all of those that made our in-person and online auction a success! We are so grateful for the volunteers, vendors, and attendees. Together we can continue to work towards eliminating domestic violence in the Rogue Valley through education, prevention, and intervention.

 

Our Story

Welcome to Hearts & Vines Foundation, a regional Southern Oregon non-profit organization dedicated to funding community-based youth and family programs with a focus on the elimination of domestic violence in the Rogue Valley through education, prevention and intervention.

Since 1993, Hearts & Vines Foundation has relied upon the generosity and kindness of our Southern Oregon friends and neighbors to help us support those on the front lines in the effort to prevent and eliminate domestic violence through the Foundation’s management and disbursement of monetary grants. Proceeds from our Annual Charity Auction and Wine Tasting Event fund those grants to local programs aligned with the Heart & Vines Foundation Mission. To date, Hearts & Vines has disbursed over 3.5 million dollars as grants to qualifying organizations.

The Hearts & Vines grant application process culminates in the fall of each calendar year, with grant Announcement usually occurring in the month of November.

Of course, Hearts & Vines Foundation gratefully accepts monetary donations and auction procurements throughout the year and welcomes volunteers from all walks of life to fulfill a wide range of needs.

We are committed to funding community-based youth and family programs, with a focus on the elimination of domestic violence.

If you'd like to donate, please click here.

For event sponsorship opportunities, please click here.

For Hearts & Vines event info, please click here.

 

Contact Us

Have questions? Want to learn more about Hearts & Vines? We always welcome you to reach out to learn more about us, our story, and how we give back to our community. Contact us today!

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