Who We Are

Helping Hands focus is to provide people with an effective way to serve their community.

Organized by a group of business leaders, Helping Hands has been operating for more than 10 years and became a 501(c)3 more than 5 years ago.

With more than 300 volunteers Helping Hands is managed by an Executive Director who is part of our Board of Directors. Helping Hands has NO paid employees and all donations go directly to feeding our Neighbors in Need.

How We Work

Organized into working groups our volunteer teams collect food from local churches, a community collection bin system and from Feeding America. Other teams pack the collected food into grocery bags while other teams deliver the bags of groceries to the homes of shut-in low-income seniors, many of which are disabled and unable to travel.


Feed hungry people
Send Family Food Kits that include nutritious meals, include items such as canned meat, rice, beans, fruit, vegetables, pasta, sauces and cereals.

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Supply basic medical supplies
By providing our low-income seniors with kits that contain protective equipment , including face masks, gloves, and hand sanitizer.

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Deliver emergency aid
We give cash directly to people living in poverty to use it where the greatest need is.

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Help those in extreme need

Helping Hands has several ways to donate. Simply click the donate button and donate on line. You can also look through our store and simply pay for items you would like us to deliver to a low-income senior. Our volunteers will purchase the items and deliver them directly to one of our Neighbors in Need.