SC Secretary of State Recognizes Helping Hands
For 23 years, the South Carolina Secretary of State’s office has been telling residents which charities are the best and worst when it comes to how much of their donations go toward their charitable cause. On Tuesday, November 14th, South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond recognized Helping Hands of Georgetown as one of ten agencies state-wide named as "Angels of 2018." In the words of Secretary Hammond, "The Angels honored represent organizations that exemplify charitable giving in South Carolina."
Pictured above: Deana Cooper, Andrews Site Manager, Helping Hands, John Bush, Executive Director, Helping Hands, Mark Hammond, Secretary of State, Tracy Jones Program Manager, Helping Hands
Helping Hands of Georgetown
In a spiritually rich environment of compassionate caring,
Helping Hands of Georgetown offers HOPE, HELP and CHANGE.
We offer Compassionate Care providing basic needs (food, clothing, utilities and dental care) to help address the daily challenges of those struggling with poverty and crisis.
Our Employment, Career Path and Youth Empowerment Programs offer highly structured, incentive driven programs designed to support individuals and families move out of poverty.
Be a Helping Hand
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 each year. Thank you!
Did You Know...
One in five residents of Georgetown County are living in poverty (that's 12.000 children and adults)
Our Compassionate Care program provides hope for the day. Our Time to Change program provides life for tomorrow.