HeartStone Foundation

The HeartStone Foundation is a 501 (C)(3) public charity formed to provide financial assistance to those in medical emergencies while they concentrate on healing. The HeartStone Foundation was founded in Cincinnati, Ohio and all proceeds are distributed to participants in the Tri State area.

The HeartStone name was derived from the James Alexander Thom novel, Panther in the Sky, with roots to the Native American Indians, who at a young age dove down into frigid water to choose their "heartstone" which was carried by them into adulthood for help in trying times.