Help us raise money
THE ANNUAL FUNDS MAKE A DIFFERENCE
The H.O.P.E. Foundation is a registered 501 C 3 Non-Profit organization that has been in existence since 1997 providing a means to enhance educational opportunities on behalf of H.C.H.S. District 207. As the school's academic prestige continues to gain statewide recognition, it remains the foundation's continued goal to provide monetary resources for both students and teachers.
The H.O.P.E. Foundation is seeking additional funding to supplement our endowment funds. The foundation's purpose is to provide opportunities for enrichment that are not included in the district's normal budgetary process, such as student scholarships and teacher grants. This foundation serves the Hononegah Community High School district which encompasses the Rockton, Roscoe, Harrison, Shirland, and South Beloit communities in Northern Illinois.
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WAYS OF GIVING
Donate in Honor of...
a teacher, coach or administrator that has had an inspiring effect on your educational or athletic experience at Hononegah.
Donate in Memorium of...
a teacher, coach, administrator or someone special to you at Hononegah who has passed and you would like to recognize this person for their contribution to education and a positive influence on you.
Gift of Cash
Gifts of cash are most often in the form of a personal check payable to Hononegah HOPE. For your convenience, we accept all credit cards through our Donate Button above. Or Mail to Hononegah HOPE, 307 Salem, Rockton, IL 61072.
To pledge your gift out over multiple years, please use our "Donate" button found above or Contact us at hononegahHOPE@gmail.com.
Corporate Matching Gift
Your gift to Hononegah HOPE could be doubled, even tripled, through a matching gift program. To determine if your company offers such an employee benefit, please contact your Human Resources Office.
Gift of Stock, Property
Gifts of stock may be transferred to Hononegah HOPE, avoiding any capital gains tax. For gifts of property, please contact our Treasurer Brian Barnhardt at 815.623.8818 for assistance.