DeLoache Family Foundation Awards $10,000 to Helping Hands of Georgetown
Helping Hands of Georgetown County has been awarded a $10,000 grant to support the Youth Empowerment Program. Funding will expand opportunities for sophomores, juniors and seniors in three Georgetown County High Schools to explore career opportunities, cultural experiences and team-building exercises offering windows of new possibilities and perspectives toward school and personal efforts. “We are so excited to be able to support organizations like Helping Hands of Georgetown,” state Brittany Westbrook, DeLoache Family Foundation President. “ We cannot wait to see the outcomes of the Youth Empowerment Program and the benefits it brings to the students involved and our community as a whole.”
“The requested funding will support YEP’s varied workshops and programs providing opportunities for mental, emotional, physical and spiritual development,” said Brendon Barber, Executive Director of Helping Hands of Georgetown County. “We are most appreciative of the DeLoache Family Foundation for awarding us this opportunity.”
The mission DeLoache Family Foundation is to improve the quality of life in our community by supporting children in need and Christian based organizations.
About Helping Hands
Helping Hands offers HOPE, HELP, and CHANGE in Georgetown County. On faith-based principles, we seek to create sustainable futures through job training and youth empowerment to relieve generational and situational poverty, while meeting immediate needs of food insecurity, utility support, and dental care.
For more information about Helping Hands, visit www.helpinghandsofgeorgetown.org.