The Hot August Nights Foundation has been established to create an instrument for individuals and businesses who share The Foundation’s Mission to work together to provide children in need or at risk with a more meaningful and productive life through the availability of continuing and higher education.
The Hot August Nights Foundation strives to work with community, business and education leaders to impact the lives of in need or at risk children by providing vital resources in an increasingly challenging world for a broadened educational curriculum. The Foundation accepts and administers private gifts from friends, volunteers, corporations, fund raisers, and other sources to supply vital educational resources and fund programs for which support is either limited or not available, including:
- Scholarships for secondary education including colleges, trade schools, specialty educational centers, junior colleges, and vocational schools.
- Support primary education and its students, grades K-12, in areas of economic hardship and in particular where children are at risk of not completing their education.
- Promote and support other worthy educational and assistance programs for in need and at risk children.
The Foundation’s Board of Directors includes professional, business, and community leaders who volunteer their time, talent and support to assist the Foundation in fulfilling its mission of making a meaningful and beneficial impact on children in need or at risk through education.
The Foundation is a Nevada non-profit, public benefit corporation. It is a tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All donations are tax‑deductible to the extent allowed by law. Please consult your independent tax advisors for further details. The Foundation’s tax identification number will be furnished upon request.
Help kids who are in need or at risk today by making a donation today. For additional information call 775-356-1956x0.
The Hot August Nights Foundation would like to congratulate Christie H. of Reno, the winner of the 2014 Foundation Raffle Car. We hope you enjoy your 1972 Corvette Stingray.