The Colin Scheetz Family Foundation

Colin's Christmas Collection
Between Tuesday December 11th- Tuesday December 18th
The Colin Scheetz Family Foundation will Collect Toys
Ronald McDonald House Cleveland

​Drop off an Unwrapped Toy at the
Greater Cleveland Aquarium
​2014 Sycamore St., Cleveland, Ohio 44113

Drop off an UNWRAPPED Toy valued at $20 or more or Make an ONLINE $20 or more Donation
Receive 1 free Child admission with purchased Adult ticket to the Aquarium or Free Child Cruise with Adult ticket purchased for a future Cruise on the Nautica Queen.

*See EVENTS page for Details*
The Colin Scheetz Family Foundation strives to provide financial and emotional support to Children and their Families with a diagnosis of heart disease through generously donated funds.​​

Everyday millions of Children around the world struggle with their battle against heart disease. Each year, about 35,000 newborns (one of every 125) are diagnosed with congenital heart disease.  Congenital heart disease is the most common birth defect, and the leading cause of birth defect-related death. 

For parents receiving their child’s diagnosis, the situation is complicated by a lack of resources and financial support for the surgeries and hospital visits that are to come.

Our Vision at The Colin Scheetz Family Foundation is healing hearts by providing a full spectrum of connections, financial support, and fostering innovation - without the boundaries of faith, culture, or economic standing -  for the families of a child living with heart disease.

Healing Hearts one Child at a time.​​

Purchase Your Healing Heart Pendant Here!

Purchase The Beautiful Sterling Silver Pendant, Engraved with Healing Hearts, on a Leather Cord Chain.  All Proceeds go directly to
The Colin Scheetz Family Foundation. 
Only $55 until December 31st, 2018.  
Check out Fox 8 in Cleveland with Stefani Schaefer and Wayne Dawson from 7-10am each morning to learn more about The Colin Scheetz Family Foundation.
The Colin Scheetz Family Foundation provides grants to Child and their Families affected by Congential Heart Disease. ​​