Victim Support


We Can Make a Difference

Victim Support Through Community Effort

The Creation of Helping Hit-and-run Tragedies (a.k.a. HHART) started from the inspiration of one person, but we know that without the donations and support of the community, our vision will never come to be. Together we can make a real difference in the world. There are many ways to contribute to our vision. Whether it be through a single donation, a monthly donation commitment, volunteering your time, or simply by bringing awareness of hit-and-run accidents, every contribution counts. Hit-and-run accidents have become an epidemic in our country, with incidents increasing an average of 7% each year.

Community Involvement


We want to invite you to join us in our efforts to put a stop to hit-and-run tragedies! Together we can make our voices heard and inspire actual change, but we cannot do it alone. It will take our community coming together to make the kind of impact needed for success.

Together We Can Provide
Victim Support That Makes a Difference

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The Difference We Make Could Save Lives

Could you imagine being involved in a hit-and-run accident that has devastated your life? How about not knowing what to do next? Having nowhere to turn and absolutely no answers? This is the unfathomable reality for so many people in this situation. We hope that by providing victim support, we can make these tragedies a little easier to manage. Helping Hit-and-run Tragedies (HHART) would like to assist these individuals in many different ways.

Our goal is to provide as many resources as possible to help lessen the burden of loss. Our nonprofit organization would also like to offer financial scholarships to children who have lost a parent because of a hit-and-run tragedy. We understand the financial hardships that children might have to endure after losing one or both of their parents, and HHART would love to assist them in any way possible. Victim support is such an important focus. Even providing the smallest of assistance could make all the difference in the world to someone else.