Rick’s Heart Foundation spearheads projects to help those in need, encourage helping those in need within our Community, tackling the problem of drug and alcohol addiction, and that help to bring awareness to homelessness. The Foundation believes strongly in partnering together with other groups to maximize the outcomes.
Rick’s Heart Foundation partners often with Diamond Delivery expanding their impact from Nicaragua, Iraq, Liberia and across the Globe.
“It is wonderful to watch the progress of a project, which the Diamond family and their Foundations have supported for many years…
Hurricane Dorian was the most intense tropical cyclone on record to strike the Bahamas and is regarded as the worst natural disaster in the country's history. Over 60 fatalities. Over 7 Billion in Damage. Winds over 185 MPH. Across the Bahamas, the storm left at least...
October 5th, 2019 ‘Walk For the Bu’ was held in Bear Creek Park The event provides KBNF with the resources they need to continue making medical miracles in West Africa by delivering life-saving medical support. Korle-Bu Neuroscience Foundation is a charity saving...
It was another great quarter for our pre-teen and teen programs. Even though our evening programs went on pause for the summer months, we still kept these members busy with Summer Day Camp
UPDATE ~ Mat finished his cross country BMX bike ride on Oct 9th, 2019 in Victoria, BC. On Oct 8th, 2019, the Foundations pink firetruck escorted Mat through the downtown Eastside to inner Vancouver. New photos and articles on the bottom of this page. Congratulations...
There is nowhere throughout Surrey, B.C where you will not find the impact of Rick’s Heart Foundation, we are passionate about local Community. Rick’s Heart Foundation recognizes the dire impact of poverty, particularly on children and the long ranging affects it can...
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“Our mission at Rick’s Heart Foundation is to make a positive difference in the world by supporting those at risk in our local community and beyond.”