October 24, 2012
Volunteering with Helping Hand House I see the people working together, caring for the families they help. They give families the tools to move from surviving on the street to living in a home and getting back on their feet, so they can stay on their feet. Pierce County is Blessed to have Helping Hand House. I am updating my review. Recently Helping Hand House has laid off/fired some dedicated, loyal, overworked & underpaid employees. I do not see how they can still provide the outstanding services they were known for, therefore I do not consider them great, good but not great.
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