Frequently Asked Questions
Who can volunteer with The Hero Foundation?
Anyone and everyone! No matter who you are or where you are from! All are welcome at The Hero Foundation!
How can I sign up to volunteer with The Hero Foundation?
Visit our "Sign Up" page! That'll be the quickest way to let us know you wanna join us on our quest to bring peace and prosperity to all people all over the world!
Where is The Hero Foundation active currently?
We are based in the City of Napa and are currently only active in Napa, Sonoma, and Solano Counties. We are looking forward to being able to further expand the scope of our outreach to more towns, cities, counties, states, countries, and continents in the future!
How often is The Hero Foundation active?
HF is active and working year round to create and carry out passionate service projects to better our communities and beyond!
How can I to donate to The Hero Foundation?
See that little yellow-ish button in the top right hand corner of our website? With the little credit card company insignias below it? Click that button and you'll be directed to our donation page where we recieve donations via our PayPal! And fun fact; The Hero Foundation is a certified 501(c)(3) organization! You can find our EIN number on the bottom of our website!
What does The Hero Foundation do exactly?
Very good question! What makes HF a unique and powerful force for good of all kinds is the fact that we are a project based, community feedback driven nonprofit organization. What this means is that we tackle projects focused on causes of all kinds! Our causes and projects vary depending on what our community informs us are the most pressing issues facing our community. The cause that we select to focus on varies season to season and our projects are plentiful and expansive to the point where you're sure to find an HF project that suits you, your interests and your talents! What are you waiting for? The world needs you. Be a Hero!
How and Why did The Hero Foundation Start?
The Hero Foundation started off as a sort of community service club orgainzed by Michael Rupprecht, Raphael Genty, and Dominic Di Pasqua in repsonse to the October 2017 Northern California Wildfires that ravaged their home town and surrounding areas. They began volunteering and fundraisng for wildfire relief in Napa under the alias "The Hero Foundation". As Napa recovered, The Hero Foundation remained in tact and all founding members wanted to continue their service as a team. To this day, The Hero Foundation has been opperating with an even larger team of volunteers, more projects catering to varying community needs, and it will continue to do so for as long as there a ways to keep making the world a better place for all.