OUR HEARTS REACH OUT OUR HANDS TO GIVE HOPE
Families In Need
We are partnered with the Families In Need program in the Seminole County Public Schools to directly help children and families in need.
Thank you to all our valuable sponsors who have dedicated their time, talent and treasure to help children and families.
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About Our Program
Hearts, Hands and Hope, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) children and family support organization. We are dedicated to helping children and families who are struggling. Mission Statement: We help children and families in need by providing goods, services and programs of support. Purpose: We reach out to families who are struggling because of loss of employment, socioeconomic issues, medical issues, tragedies or natural disasters. Our goal is to give children and families help and hope. From our hearts, we reach out our hands and give children and families hope. We believe everyone has a giving place in their hearts, by giving just a little you can help so much!
Donating to 3 Schools in September
From those we have been fortunate to have worked with
Here is what we are up to
As we enjoy our many reasons to be thankful, there are those who need more than just some time off. They need love, security, a meal and a reason to have hope. Our annual Sip and Shop is November 26th from 6 to 9pm and our chance to continue to do what we love doing. Read more about Sip and Shop Coming Soon![…]
We answered a last minute call for help to stock the food pantry at Lake Brantley High School. This is all possible because of your generosity and support.
The children at the Rescue Outreach Mission were so happy to receive backpacks full of school supplies. This was all possible because of the generosity and support from BNY Mellon. BNY Mellon donated more than 100 backpacks and the school supplies to fill the bags. We passed out backpacks full of school supplies to dozens Read more about The smiles tell it all! […]
We were able to help some women and their children by distributing backpacks filled with school supplies to Safe House. Thank you to BNY Mellon for donating more than 100 backpacks and the schools supplies to fill those backpacks.
A big thank you to BNY Mellon for holding a school supply drive and collecting more than three thousand (3,000!) items and over one hundred (100!) backpacks. The backpacks will be packed with supplies and given to children prior to school.
Hundreds of families were able to eat over the summer because of your generosity and support. Our Summer Food Drop Program delivered more than 500 food bags to children and families in Seminole County. Each bag fed a family of four so we were able to feed more than 1,800 (one thousand eight hundred) people Read more about Wrapping up the food drop for the summer…[…]
Truckloads of food ready for packing! All this food will be bagged and delivered to disadvantaged children in Seminole County as part of our Summer Food Program. The bags contain food for a family of four for several days. Thank you to the Amsler Family Foundation, Duke Energy and the Heathrow Women’s Club for sponsoring Read more about Truckloads of Food…[…]
Our team is out delivering food bags for our Summer Food Drop Program. We have been distributing bags every week to four different locations across Seminole County. The bags are passed out to children in need. This is all possible because your generosity and support! A huge thank you to the Amsler Family Foundation, Duke Read more about Summer Food Drop Wrapping Up A Great Summer…[…]
A huge thank you to the moms and children from the MOMS Club of Heathrow for helping us pack food bags for our Summer Food Drop Program. The bags will be distributed to hundreds of homeless and disadvantaged children in Seminole County.
Update Jun 27 | Thank you to the Heathrow Women’s Club for helping us pack food bags for our Summer Food Drop Program. The bags are being distributed to disadvantaged children and families in Seminole County.