WellStar Paulding Hospital campuses and their Volunteers, Volunteens, and employees conducted a food drive during June 2018. 400 pounds of food and 25 pounds of dry goods were collected to benefit Helping Hands of Paulding County.
Helping Hands has hired a new Pantry Manager, Dayana Buckmon! Dayana is from Miami, FL and has been a Paulding County resident for over 8 years. She began volunteering here nearly 2 ½ years ago after her daughter began volunteering at Helping Hands.
This is the 3rd consecutive year Hardy has donated $10,000 but was the first year Hardy partnered with the community in an effort to raise more funds for Helping Hands by matching the $10,000 donated by the community.
Free Produce for Seniors 55+ - It’s that time of month again! We are giving away FREE fruits and vegetables to seniors age 55+ on Tuesday, August 15, 2017! They do NOT have to be clients of Helping Hands or residents of Paulding County.
This year Helping Hands of Paulding County was the recipient of $709.00. This money will be used to purchase much needed food to assist local citizens in need.
We love stories about our youth helping others. This story begins with Thomas, a young man with Fragile X syndrome. FX is sort of like autism, and causes cognitive and learning disabilities.
From April 17-28, 2017, the Paulding County Bar Association (PCBA) partnered with the Atlanta Community Food Bank (ACFB) to host the Legal Food Frenzy, which is a food and fund drive.
Comcast Cares Day is a celebration of Comcast’s year-round commitment to service in their communities and it has selected Helping Hands of Paulding County, Inc. was one of several non-profit partners selected for improvement.
BIG Thank you to Allstate and Travis Miller for the Allstate Foundation Helping Hands in the Community Grant awarded to Helping Hands of Paulding County, Inc.
2017 is the 30th anniversary of the creation of Helping Hands. Helping Hands is reaching out to our community to raise $1,000 for each year we have been in operation. Make a difference in OUR community! Helping Hands is a local non-profit organization based in Paulding County, battling the the effects of hunger and poverty.
FREE fruits and vegetables to seniors age 55+ on Tuesday, December 20, 2016. Located at Helping Hands of Paulding County.
Helping Hands is pleased to announce the selection of our new Pantry Manager, Megan Marshall. Megan is 22 years old and is originally from Paulding County. She graduated from Toccoa Falls College in December 2015 with a degree in Ministry Leadership.
It is that time of month again! We are giving away FREE fruits and vegetables to seniors age 55+ on next Tuesday, October 18, 2016, from 10am until 2pm.
Helping Hands of Paulding, Inc. is a story of how an idea of Christian generosity became an amazing movement which now helps whole communities. A 501(c)(3) non-profit Christian organization providing services to thousands of Paulding County residents over the past 29 years.