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95% of all proceeds goes to supporting our seniors

2 Easy Ways to Donate

  1. Mail your check to Heart of the Valley, PO Box 418 Santa Clara, CA 95052.

  2. Donate Online with a Credit Card or PayPal

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For over 30 years, Heart of the Valley has operated as a hand to mouth agency, while never billing our clients for services. You are the fuel that keeps Heart of the Valley moving forward with increased clients, volunteers, and programs. We continue to grow in numbers each year, but this only happens because YOU donate. Thank you for your support!


Heart of the Valley is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. Fed. ID# 77-0154535.

Thank you Playstudios, Inc

A BIG thank you to Playstudios, inc. for their generous donation of $2,000 from their "Chips for Charity" Event! Their donation will allow us to continue to help seniors stay independent in West Santa Clara County.

Thank you for your giving hearts!

Ways to Give

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Heart of the Valley relies upon your tax-deductible contributions to continue helping the seniors we serve to remain independent in their own homes. We accept many different types of donations. Please look at our Ways to Give page to find one that speaks to you! Help us through your donations!

What Your Donations Buy


Heart of the Valley succeeds with the donation of time from our volunteers and your generous donation of goods and funds. See what you donations buys for our organization and more importantly for our seniors! Find out how you are helping

Vehicle Donations


Have a vehicle, sitting in your garage that never gets used, why not donate it to Heart of the Valley to support our seniors? We graciously accept anything that rolls, floats or flies — as long as it runs, it’s registered, and the title is the donor’s name. Mariel Bolhouse, our Vehicle Donations Manager is waiting to hear from you! Learn more about how to donate your vehicle

Donor's Bill of Rights


At Heart of the Valley, SERVICES FOR SENIORS, Inc. we support the Donor’s Bill of Rights, which has been adopted by many non-profit groups. This document effectively states that philanthropy is based on voluntary action for the common good. View the Donor’s Bill of Rights.

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