Donate & Support

General Support

Help In Healing Home Foundation manages the property which has grown to its current capacity to serve 84 guests located in six casitas at The Village.  While Mayo Clinic donors fund the construction of the casita buildings, Help In Healing Home, a small, independent non-profit is responsible for raising its own funds to support the daily operations of The Village, our guest casitas. Guest room fees offset less than one-half of the actual cost to operate The Village. We rely on generous gifts from donors like you to help us continue providing the affordable, serene and hygienic long-term lodging so necessary for the renewed health of our cancer and transplant guests. Your gift of general support is needed and celebrated!

General Support

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Create a Lifetime Legacy – Bob Bové Legacy Park

Purchasing a brick at Bob Bové Legacy Park is an opportunity to support Help In Healing Home, while sharing a message of hope, inspiration or a special date with all who walk through the Park. Bricks may be engraved with your message in two sizes, 4”x8” and 12”x12”, $250 and $450. For the person, company, community organization or team that wishes to make a lasting statement of support at Help In Healing Home, our Donor Wall is a visible reminder of that impact, your generosity and the genuine care you have for all who stay at Help In Healing Home and The Village at Mayo Clinic. Four levels are available ranging from $2,500 – $25,000. Please contact the Development office with any questions. Your purchase of bricks and wall plaques may be made by clicking the buttons below.

Legacy Park Bricks

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Legacy Park Plaques

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Leave a Legacy
Help In Healing Home

Through a generous charitable arrangement in a will, trust or by designation of a future gift of insurance, stocks or retirement assets, you ensure the continued strength and growth of Help In Healing Home.  Our Legacy supporters make a vital, living gift to support the comfortable, quiet, healing casitas for patients when needed most, as our guest patients recuperate from transplant surgery or undergo life-changing cancer treatments. Legacy donors also support critical technology and infrastructure projects to ensure HIHH is current and operating with high efficiency for the most healing guest experience possible.    

Support Help In Healing Home’s Supply’s Drive here 

Contact Cynthia Wenström, Chief Development Officer at 480-609-1324