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Ronald McInnis, former Helping Hands Board member, has joined our staff as Program Coordinator for our Time to Change Programs. ​“Ronald will lead our Youth Empowerment Program as we expand our program to sophomores, juniors, and seniors and add an additional county high school in the Fall of 2020. Ronald brings years of expertise working with...

Georgetown, SC (January 21, 2020) - Helping Hands of Georgetown has been awarded a $70,000 oral health grant from Delta Dental of South Carolina, a leading dental benefits provider and a non-profit organization. The funding allows Helping Hands to expand its free dental clinic to a Day Clinic to provide preventive and restorative services to those...

Helping Hands has a strong history of providing compassionate care (clothes, food, utility support, and dental care) and most helping others who have not been employed get jobs. We are committed to making those programs stronger. Our vision for 2020 and beyond is to invest more resources to make our Youth Empowerment Program stronger. Our vision...

When it comes to implementing long-term change and significant influence for non-profits, John Bush has the secret recipe. After working with other non-profits outside of South Carolina, Bush accepted an invitation to take his talents to Helping Hands of Georgetown County Inc. (Helping Hands) as its executive director. After five impactful years Bush will step...

The Board of Helping Hands of Georgetown is proud to announce the hiring of Brendon Barber as its new Executive Director and Bill Gaskins as its new Associate Director. Brendon and Bill are extraordinary leaders with life-long connections in Georgetown and Andrews. “Our search committee reviewed a number of very qualified candidates for the Executive Director position and feel...

As we celebrate the 30th Anniversary of this wonderful ministry, we are reminded of our charge to be good stewards. Among other things, that means we need to take care of our possessions.  For over seven years, our Georgetown facility has served thousands of people through our food, utility, dental and clothing programs… and it's time for...

Dear Friends, At the June meeting of the Helping Hands Board of Directors, I announced that I will be retiring as Executive Director on November 30, 2019. I did so with a deep sense of gratitude and sadness as it has been one of my life’s greatest joys to serve this ministry and community. I am certain...

Nov 17, 2018 - A Georgetown County organization is one of ten across the state to be named in Secretary of State Mark Hammond’s annual “Angels of 2018” list. The Angels that are chosen “exemplify charitable giving in South Carolina,” Hammond states. Helping Hands of Georgetown was chosen because 90-percent of its budget goes towards program services,...