Helping Hands Group Blog


Many of the homeless in our area have made the riverbeds and lake bottom their home.  In an effort to understand the homeless situation Helping Hands Group ventured to the encampments to see first-hand what is going on. First of all and most importantly our group had an escort comprised […]

The Tree People of Elsinore




501 (c) 3 STATUS GRANTED Riversides Community Action Partnership The Community Action Partnership of Riverside County, a county agency has worked with Helping Hands Board to gain 501(c) 3 status. The Community Action Partnership is a national, nonprofit organization that works to strengthen, promote, represent and serve its network of […]

Community Action Partnership


NEW RESUME SERVICE Helping Hands has found in general that unemployment or under employment is the root cause of many of the stresses on the community.  As a remedy we have begun sourcing job postings from the Inland Empire.  We post randomly but try to post at least once a […]

JOBS – RESUME – JOBS



501 (c) 3 STATUS GRANTED Riversides Community Action Partnership The Community Action Partnership of Riverside County, a county agency has worked with Helping Hands Board to gain 501(c) 3 status. The Community Action Partnership is a national, nonprofit organization that works to strengthen, promote, represent and serve its network of […]

501 (c) 3


Community Care Program Hello and welcome to the Community Care Program. We would like to thank our sponsors; This program will enable teens to gain community service points while being an active and productive member of our communities. We will be working in the surrounding communities on the first and […]

Community Care Program


This article appeared in the Friday Flyer on 9/9/16 by Pat Van Dyke     Most everyone desires to make a positive difference in the community and in the lives of those that one touches, but it isn’t always easy to know how to begin. Canyon Lake resident, Robert “Bob” […]

From The Friday Flyer



It was clear to the group that Walt needed to be moved. We began an investigation into his situation and the “In Home Health Services” the county of Riverside provided for him. After speaking with his caseworker we set a plan in motion. We located a caregiver that was willing […]

THE REST OF WALTS STORY


Walking away we knew we needed some help in dealing with Ted. What better guidance than the Bible and Siri to ask for help. The story of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:30-37) gives a clear picture of God’s desire for us to help those in desperate need wherever we find […]

The Story of Ted (part 2


Walt is a blind man in his late 50’s totally dependent on others for his existence. About 5’4” and 100 pounds he is a soft-spoken harmless man. He was placed in a room for rent by a relative without any type of background investigation. He called the local church looking […]

Walt’s Story (part 1



We were called to the church office where we met with William a man in his 60’s with a concerned look on his face. Sitting in a private office William began to explain he is a successful businessman living in the Santa Barbara area with a brother living in a […]

The Story of Ted (part 1