What We Do
"Helping Hands" provides support and resources for mental, financial, and nutritional wellness, and career readiness training. Most organizations offer these services independent of each other. Within the Helping Hands Program, we provide combined aide to combat the lack of these resources in areas of crisis. We are committed to growing our program to meet emerging and changing needs of the young adults 18+, individuals, and families we serve in the Metro Atlanta area.
How We Help
Provides job training and education to adult learners, to provide them with necessary skills and resources to become "Taylor Made" for the workforce to include:
● Resume Writing
● Mock Interviews
● Dress For Success Coaching
● Hope Bags (Toiletries)
● “Get On Your Feet” Grant
● Holiday food, toys, and clothing donations
A Taylor Made Christmas Project
During the holidays, we provide toys and meals to local families in need through our Taylor Made Christmas Project.
With your support, we provide clothing and coat donations, ensuring that families stay warm and cozy throughout the winter. We believe that no family should go hungry during the holidays. By donating food, you can help us fuel the season for families in need. Every child deserves the joy of unwrapping a gift on Christmas morning. Through toy donations, you can make dreams come true for little ones in our community. Your generosity will bring smiles, laughter, and cherished memories.
To ensure the safety and convenience of all, we have established a COVID-friendly drive-thru pick-up system. Families can drive through to receive their donations swiftly and safely, providing them with the support they need during these challenging times.
Helping Hands is hosted YEARLY. We take donations year round.
We are in need of New or Gently Used coats or other winter items, non-perishable pantry items, or new toys for children's gifts.
All items should be less than 5 years old and in excellent condition.