Completed Quests: 2021

Hero Foundation X Vitalant Blood Drive

On March 18th, The Hero Foundation and Vitalant joined forces to organize a community blood drive in Napa, CA! The donations were to be tested for Covid-19 antibodies. 27 donors were registered and a total of 24 units of blood were donated that day!

The Socially Distanced Community Cleanup

HF admin and volunteers made their way to Kennedy Park to tackle the largest Hero Foundation Community Cleanup to date on February 6th! All while maintaining and practicing social distance guidelines to keep all our Heroes safe!

The Hero Foundation Virtual Concert

The Hero Foundation is hosting a virtual charity concert via Zoom comprised of local musicians and bands bringing local music back into our lives despite the pandemic! Half of all proceeds go to the California Community Foundation's Wildfire Relief Fund.

Completed Quests: 2020

Napa Valley Community Based COVID-19 Test Site

HF's own Executive Director is part of the Napa test site team along with a whole pool of HF Volunteer team members working to test as many Napa county citizens as possible.

The Vocalize Gathering

The Vocalize Gathering was a Zoom meeting held publically with keynote speakers delving into topics such as racism, unity, and public safety.

Be a Hero. Stay Home.
Fundraiser

Help to raise funds for the Center for Disaster Philanthropy’s COVID-19 Response Fund which works to help our healthcare workers on the frontlines by selling our "Be a Hero. Stay Home." shirts. Visit our website at theherofoundationus.org today and get your shirt!

Completed Quests: 2019

Junefest 2019

The Hero Foundation hosted another charity concert, this time the proceeds went to Marin County's own COOL Effect which is an organization that works to greatly reduce carbon emissions on a global scale.

HF Climate March 2019

Members of The Hero Foundation gathered in front of Napa's City Hall, President Michael Rupprecht gave a speech to passersby, and the team proceeded to march through Downtown Napa to bring even more attention to the threat that Earth's climate is facing.

Completed Quests: 2018

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The Hero Foundation Camp Fire Relief Mission

Donation stations were set up throughout Napa County for people to donate clothing, household appliances, toiletries, and other supplies to aid those whose lives were severely ravaged by the Camp Fires.  The Hero Foundation personally delivered the donations to Butte County.

The Heroes March for Alaina Housley

After beloved Napa-native Alaina Housely lost her life to gun violence, The Hero Foundation organized “The Heroes March” in honor of Alaina and all those who have lost their lives to gun violence. People of all ages gathered and marched in protest against gun violence in our country. Members of HF have also met with Congressman Mike Thompson to discuss how to help continue the conversation and act in ways that inspire our peers to be involved around politics and community activism and are organizing more conversations with citizens in Napa to discuss these important topics.​

HF Mario Kart Tournament

Our Mario Kart Tournament where all proceeds went to the Alzheimers Association.

HF Clothing Drive

Our clothing drive in which clothing and shoes were donated to our local Goodwill and Soles4Souls, Inc.

Heroes of California T-Shirt
Fundraiser

The Foundation has also raised money for the Community Foundation by designing and selling t-shirts through their Wildfire Relief T-shirt campaign, as well as collecting items to donate to help with Camp Wildfire Relief.

Junefest 2018

Junefest 2018 was a charity concert with a lineup comprised of local musical acts in which proceeds from ticket sales went to “The National Alliance to End Homelessness”​

Completed Quests: 2017

Cardinal Newman HS
Restoration Fund

Raised funds for the “Cardinal Newman Restoration Fund” in response to the destruction of Cardinal Newman High School during the October 2017 fires.

Save Northern California
Wildfire Relief Fund

The Hero Foundation’s very first quest. All the money raised from this fundraiser was donated to the California Community Foundation’s Wildfire Relief Fund.