Rotten Apple 907 is proud to be a non-profit event! Each year we choose a charity and accept donations , 100% of which goes to the charity. We do not keep any part of your donations to pay for the expenses of building and running our haunted attraction. We spend a lot of time and money producing this free event each year and all we ask is that you consider making a donation to the charity.
Current Charity: VBAS (Volunteers of Burbank Animal Shelter) The VBAS is a 501(c)(3) animal service agency, is devoted to providing medical, social, behavioral and financial care for animals at rish and determined to eliminate animal homelessness in the Burbank community. The VBAS is a 100% volunteer-run organization.
2015 - Burbank Temporary Aid Center We chose Burbank Temporary Aid Center because of its dedication to providing the poor, working poor, and homeless of the local community with basic services they need to live with dignity and to server citzens of the city in time of emergency and diaster. BTAC strives to help create a community where the ppoor and working poor are able to access the resources and services they need to move from poverty to self-suffcieney, and to live free of hungry, homelessness, and despair. We were pleaed to be able to donate over $4000.
2014 - Burbank Arts Education Foundation & BACA (Bikers Against Child Abuse)
2013 - Burbank Arts For All Foundation
2012 - Family Promise of San Fernando Valley
2010 & 2011- Family Service Agency of Burbank
2009 - Burbank Boys & Girls Club
2008 Xmas- Spark of Love and Burbank Temporary Aid Center
2008 - Autism Speaks We chose Autism Speaks because a dear friend's daughter was diagnosised with Autism. We were very pleased to donated over $2400.
2007 - Burbank Arts Education Foundation We chose the Burbank Arts Education Foundation because having artist programs in our schools is very important to all of us at Rotten Apple 907. Without those programs, we would not be who we are. We were very please to be able to donate over $1,600.
2006 - Cystic Fibrosis Foundation We chose the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation because it is a fast growing genetic disease that is still not properly understood. Our donation was made in memory of Zachary Baim and we were please to able to donate over $800.
2005 - Habitat for Humanity We chose Habitat for Humanity for its efforts in building houses for those who lost their homes in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. We were please to be able to donate over $1,200.
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