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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Here's What is Happening Now

    Holiday of Hope Gala:

    Saturday, September 17th - We need volunteers to help us help with Johnson County Christmas Bureau's (JCCB) annual Holiday of Hope Gala. The proceeds from this event will allow JCCB to conduct its annual Holiday Shop, which allows pre-qualified clients to shop by appointment for much needed items for their families. All clients are below 150% of the poverty level, reside in Johnson County, KS and have a child 19 years old or younger residing in their home. Please email if you can help.

    Holiday of Hope

Recent News

  • Aug2016

    Thanks to our August volunteer team for helping with MOCSA's annual Young at Art cocktail party. Proceeds will fund an art therapy program for child victims of sexual violence.

    Young at Heart

  • Jul2016

    HH-HH relies on its missionary partners to oversee and conduct the programs we sponsor in India to equip and educate women and children.

  • Jun2016

    A BIG thank you to CenturyLink associates in New Century, KS for helping us enrich the lives of approximately 70 developmentally disabled adults by treating them to a day at the ball park. Our annual T-Bones outing was as popular as ever with the Lakemary Center clients who attended. Mascot Sizzle and Lucas (pitcher) were welcome guests. We couldn't do what we do without our donors or our volunteers. See pics and special thanks.

  • May2016

    Eye Clinic

    HH-HH sponsored an eye clinic for poverty-stricken individuals in rural villages to identify elderly patients eligible for cataract surgery. Thanks to a faithful donor, those patients will soon have sight restored.

  • Apr2016Sewing Clinic

    HH-HH founder Darlene Terry traveled to India to visit with and encourage our missionary partners and social workers who work tirelessly helping others.

    We visited with women, children and college students who have benefited from the scholarships, tutoring centers and sewing centers that our giving partners have made possible. Stay tuned for more reports of lives changed because you cared.

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