Helping Hands-Harboring Hope

HH-HH is a simple organization with a simple purpose.

We unite funds and willing volunteers with a select number of needy individuals and groups, in a manner that provides a helping hand rather than a hand-out.

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    SIGN UP EARLY! We need LOTS of volunteers to help with our holiday Red Kettle program. Each year we partner with the Salvation Army. Sign up for a 2-hour shift. read more...




    HH-HH Volunteers Gear Up for OCC Our photographer was so busy helping volunteers wrap boxes to be used for Operation Christmas Child that we didn't get a picture of our team hard at work! HH-HH volunteers worked hard to help a valued partner family dedicated to the Samaritan's Purse Operation Christmas Child project.

    Thanks to our volunteers who have donated gift items for the shoeboxes. Aren't familier with OCC? Please visit Operation Christmas Child

Recent News

  • Sep2014

    HH-HH volunteers helped non-profit partner Johnson County Christmas Bureau during its annual Holiday of Hope gala. With funds raised through the Holiday of Hope gala and donations received during the year, JCCB's Holiday Shop allows qualified low-income residents of Johnson County, Kansas to shop by appointment for groceries, personal care and household supplies, children's clothing, hats, gloves, scarves, coats, toys, gifts, and books.

  • Aug2014

    HH-HH volunteers just returned from India. While there, we visited students at the tutoring centers sponsored by HH-HH, visited with some of our recent sewing center graduates and visited with the ladies enrolled in our current sewing center classes. Congratulations to Deepok, one of our scholarship recipients. We're so proud of all of our scholarship recipients.

  • Jul2014

    Temperatures in India continued to soar during what should have been the rainy season. With temperatures of up to 120 degrees the excruciating heat and lack of water resulted in a much higher demand for electricity than was produced, meaning no water access for those whose private or community pumps are powered by electricity. In one day 69 people died in the area of our work, two of those people being residents at the leper colony where we often visit. HH-HH sent emergency to help the elder and leprosy patients. To everyone who provided donations to help with the emergency relief, please know that 100% of those donations were sent for that purpose.

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