Arts & Culture,
Family Violence Shelters,
Food Banks & Pantries,
Homeless & Housing,
The Gift Of A Helping Hand Charitable Trust was founded on January 10, 2002. The organization was formed to serve the needy, child abuse, underprivileged, domestic violence victims, veterans, underserved, child abuse, economically disadvantaged, racism and poverty-stricken families and individuals residing in distressed communities in southeastern Michigan.
The purpose of The Gift Of A Helping Hand Charitable Trust is to serve the underprivileged, domestic violence victims, veterans, underserved, child abuse, economically disadvantaged, poverty-stricken and low-income families and individuals in metropolitan Detroit, Michigan and other Wayne counties with support, assistance and resources in which our programs, services and activities offers on a day to day basis.
Our mission is to assist in lifting our voices against illiteracy, providing foster care for seniors, and putting an end to poverty, domestic violence, hunger, racism, child abuse, and homelessness in southeastern Michigan and other Wayne counties, Northern Toledo, OH, Lucas counties and America.
The Gift Of A Helping Hand Charitable Trust top priority is to provide basic needs to thousands of families and individuals requesting assistance during these challenging times.
Results: The Gift Of A Helping Hand Charitable Trust has been serving thousands of individuals and families since 2002.
Target demographics: Economically disadvantage
Direct beneficiaries per year: Low income families and individuals
Geographic areas served: Metropolitan Detroit, Southeastern, Michigan and other Michigan counties.
Programs: The Gift Of A Helping Hand Transitional Housing
The Gift Of Giving Building Fund
The Gift Of Giving Toy Fund
Food Collection Drive
Clothes & Shoes Collection Drive
Coats & Boots Collection Drive
Mother In Need Campaign Collection Drive
Diaper Collection Drive
Backpack & School Supplies Collection Drive
Toy Collection Drive
Hats & Scarf Collection Drive
Cell Phone Collection Drive