Support Dr. Bob’s Home


Regardless of how we as individuals may be rocketed into a new dimension as we visit here, the physical structure is still held together by screws, wood, and mortar. Necessary and constant upkeep and the ongoing development and the preservation of this site, as for any residential property is understandably quite costly. Dr. Bob’s Home is funded entirely by the generous support of donors just like you. Please help us sustain and conserve this special place for generations to come. For some, setting up a recurring payment is an easy and convenient way to help support Dr. Bob’s Home.

General Support

General support allows Dr. Bob’s to use the money where it is needed most. These gifts help fund general upkeep for the home, the House Next Door and the newly-opened A.W.E. Center, purchase and restore artifacts that are displayed in the homes, and renovate and restore all three homes so that they can be visited from people around the world for years to come.

Planned and Estate Giving

A gift made through your estate or investment assets will help ensure the long-term future of Dr. Bob’s Home. Including Dr. Bob’s Home in your will or trust or naming Dr. Bob’s a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, retirement plan or investment account are two ways of making a lasting gift to Dr. Bob’s Home.

Click to view our planned giving flyer.

Endowment Fund

Dr. Bob’s has an endowment fund for the Home so it may be cared for in perpetuity and future generations will be able to see “where it all started.”

All payments are processed through PayPal. You are not required to create a PayPal account for your donation.

Wish List

Please contact us if you are interested in donating any of the following items to Dr. Bob’s Home.


Period-specific items for the house:

  • 1930-1940’s Christmas ornaments/replicas
  • 1930’s Lionel Train Set
  • 1930’s Doll House
  • 1930’s rocking chairs
  • 1930’s boxing gloves
  • Diamond lion’s head pin
  • 1930’s comic books
  • Winnie the Pooh books
  • Agatha Christie books
  • Antique looking photo frames

General Needs

  • Folding tables 60” or 72” X 30”
  • Large flat screen television (more than 40″)
  • Cabinets and peg board for garage
  • House supplies: coffee, toilet paper, etc.
  • Office supplies: copy paper, envelopes, etc.