Helping Hands assists homeless community members to achieve self-sufficiency and build resiliency. We can't do this important work without dedicated donors & community members like you.
If you missed the I Believe in Hope event, don't worry! You can still catch the recording:
We'd love to present to your community group, service organization, neighborhood association, faith group, or club!
On-site classes are lead by volunteers. Vocational soft skills, financial wellness, healthy communication, yoga, and more!
Personal care items like shampoo, conditioner, soap, toothbrushes, toilet paper, tampons, maxi pads, and deodorant are always in high demand!
Prepare or serve dinner on a recurring schedule.
Spread the word about Helping Hands and the ways our program changes lives. Word of mouth is still very powerful!
Serve on our Advisory Board or Board of Directors to help us make policy and programmatic changes that advance our Mission.
Register as a volunteer to get started mentoring participants one-on-one.
Helping Hands converted the never-used, minimum security Wapato correctional facility into homeless housing with trauma-informed, person-centered services, and we need your help!
To learn more about volunteering at BLHC, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Helping Hands does not serve sex offenders (because we house children) and participants must bring no intoxicants on campus. Valid prescriptions will be managed on-site by case managers.
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