Rock’n Our Disabilities Foundation Earns Senate District 21 Non-Profit of the Year Recognition

Today, Senator Scott Wilk (R-Santa Clarita) recognized Dana Hernandez, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Rock’n our Disabilities Foundation (RODF) as the Cal Non-profit of the Year for the 21st Senate District. Based in Hesperia, the mission of RODF is to offer social, educational, and mentoring programs for children with disabilities.
The honoree joined Senator Wilk in Sacramento for a special celebration today highlighting the amazing work of 109 other non-profit organizations and the communities they serve throughout California.
“One phrase describes Dana Hernandez – ‘rock star.' Her journey began with a passion for volunteering in Victor Valley to help families and youngsters. Over the years, that love for her community was channeled into a non-profit that has served countless individuals and their loved ones.
“Through her non-profit, Dana and her team gives children with disabilities and their parents a space to love and grow while letting them know that they are not alone. It is my pleasure to recognize Dana and Rock’n our Disabilities Foundation as the 21st Senate District Non-Profit of the Year. Congratulations to you!”
“Thank you Senator Wilk for this incredible recognition and your steady leadership in Sacramento to uplift the lives of families and children,” said Dana Hernandez, founder and CEO of RODF. “Your support and that of the community allow Rock’n our Disabilities Foundation to thrive, grow, and make a difference. I am honored to receive this recognition and proud to represent Senate District 21 at today’s ceremony.”
Learn more about Dana and her incredible work with these children and their families here.