5HHA Foundation

Welcome to our new Board members:

Brian Corbit and Steve May, PhD

We look forward to your input and ideas for growing FHHAF!!!


Join us for the First Annual Chocolate Benefit sponsored by Artisan Chocolates in Palm Springs.  Sunday, October 22 from1 - 3 p.m. at the home of Stephen May and Al Wines, 502 Los Compadres, Palm Springs.  Everyone is welcome.  50% of the profits go to FHHAF!  


We are now set up on Smile.Amazon.com.  Designate Five Hearts Healing Arts Foundation as your charity of choice.  For every dollar you spend on Smile.Amazon.com, Amazon will donate 0.5% to FHHA Foundation.  Your pennies are our programs!


Please donate

or send your check to:  

Five Hearts Healing Arts Foundation, 471 E. Tahquitz Cyn. Way, #213, Palm Springs, CA  92262

Five Hearts Healing Arts Foundation is a California 501c3 nonprofit corporation created to generate funding to support the development and provision of equine facilitated psychotherapy, equine facilitated learning, and other therapeutic services to the less fortunate.  Because we are in a rural area many potential clients are under served or unable to access care due to financial hardship.  We received our 501c3 standing in December 2014.  

We are currently seeking funding to continue our Greenbroke Healers program which focuses on teens aged 13-19 who are at risk.  We also have the privilege of starting groups for kids who have recovered from cancer at Loma Linda Hospital and in conjunction with Gilda’s Club.  Focus on Cancer, a Seattle-based nonprofit will sponsor an initial session for each child.  Our task is to develop funding so they can come back as often as they need or want to.  

As a 501c3 tax exempt corporation all contributions are fully tax deductible.  Please consider us in your annual plan for charitable giving.  A contribution of any size makes a profound impact in the lives of our participants.

If you would like to view the facility and meet the healing herd, please contact Gail Hromadko at 760-323-2524.  We are more than happy to have you come and say hello!


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 © G. Hromadko 2012