Helping Hands Invites You to Honor Your Mother
What better way to recognize your mother, this Mother’s Day, than to make a donation in her name that lends a helping hand to someone who may be less fortunate?
Donations may be in honor or memory of your mother. All mothers recognized will be acknowledged on Helping Hand’s website
and Facebook page.
3 Easy Ways to Give:
1. Multiply Your Gift!: Gifts made through the Low Country Giving Day (see below) on Tuesday, May 5th will be “boosted” through a generous challenge made by the Frances Bunnelle Fondation.and Jody Tamsberg.
2. Also Wonderful: You can make a gift today by CLICKING HERE
3. And Also: checks may be sent to Helping Hands at 1813 Highmarket Street,Georgetown,
Be sure to indicate whether in "honor" or "memory" along with your mother's full name.
Join us as we celebrate our mothers who taught us that love stands at the heart of life.
In a spiritually rich environment of compassionate caring,
Helping Hands of Georgetown offers HOPE, HELP and CHANGE.
Financial assistance for utilities and kerosene (heat)
A food pantry and clothing closet to meet basic needs
An Emergency Dental Extraction Clinic to alleviate the pain and suffering from dental decay
An incentive driven program of support and investment in those who are able and willing to become self-sufficient. Success measures: employment, transportation, certification and health care.
Be a Helping Hand
$10/month supports our Crisis Response Ministry
$50/month supports our Job Training Program.
Gifts of all levels change lives!
Donate by clicking here to set-up a monthly gift or make a one-time gift through paypal.
intake; food pantry; clothing closet
Click here to contact us for more information.
Because of you, and others like you, Helping Hands is blessed with the resources to provide compassionate care for those in crisis, and to open the doors of opportunity for those ready and able to become self-sufficient. As a result, Helping Hands touched the lives of over 3000 families in 2014. Thank you!
Did You Know... One in Five Residents of Georgetown County
are living in poverty
Stories of Help and Change