High my name is Ashley my Husband is Robert cyfair helping hands played a huge roll in our lifes in August of 2012 i lost my job my Husband had been out if work for a while we had a nice 1 bedroom apartment with a yellow cat Budders we lost that apartment we were able to get some help getting a hotel room for 2 nights we left the hotel on foot yes on foot we didn't have a car so we walked and walked from the motel 6 off of 290 right before Jones rd with budders in is pet taxi and we walked till we got to west little york and gessner to take a rest we had no money no food no water my husband and i was like now what well we sat there for a good 10 minutes then a black truck pulled up to us and the lady rolled down her window and asked if we was hungry she and her husband listened to our story and decided to help us with another night in the hotel the black truck was cyfair helping hands so anyway still lost the next day we was able to get a tent and that was our home for sev months during those months that black truck help with food drinks medication clothes shoes pet food ect well that Feb my husband got a little side job he was at work when i got a call from cyfair helping hands asking if we would like to move into a travel trailer with out hesitation i said yes so feb 2013 we moved into the travel trailer 3 weeks after moving in cyfair added in helping my husband find a reliable job with health insurance we have maintained and are still off the street with out cyfair helping hand i don't know nor could i imagine what would have happened with us cyfair helping hands is a amazing organization
They work hard to make a difference in someone's life and they do it right away, without being judgmental and on a volunteer basis.
Would you sign up and go work for free every day down in a little shopping center to help people that you don't know at all?
Who would do that for someone when they have nobody to turn-to?
These volunteers have a home and a life. Why do they leave their comfort to help?
Thank God for them.
I work as a volunteer here doing the data entry. I am constantly amazed at the love and the compassion the other volunteers have for our clients. If there is a need they go the extra mile to see if it can be met. I truly have been changed by my own interaction with several clients. This non profit is truly the hands and feet of Jesus. I feel blessed to be a part of it.
I find this group to be the real thing. Whatever the need they are there to help provide it. ESL classes, good "out patient care" to the under the bridge people, clothing, furniture are all available for the struggling. I have volunteered in the pantry and find it to be very clean and organized. My monetary donations I know are well used. These volunteers are very dedicated.
What a great ministry! Staffed entirely by volunteers who truly have a heart for Jesus. It's a true privilege to serve in this capacity.
Part of what makes this organization so special is that it is 100% run by volunteers - there are no paid employees. Everyone that works here is passionate about lifting up others in the community and has a true heart for helping people. It has been humbling and life changing to me to witness how good people can be (even those that have so little themselves!) and how they are willing to give others their time or resources.
Actually also a donor. This group is run with compassion, understanding and caring. They strive to see the "customers' succesful in life, not just provide a handout. Impressive group.
This organization gives me goosebumps! All volunteer, All heart...the hands and feet of Jesus! They continue care...this is not a drop and go serve, they build relationships, trust...and hope! God is blessing their efforts!
This organization is staffed solely by volunteers and works one on one with the homeless in Cy-Fair. Twice a week, multiple teams drive the streets of Cy-Fair looking for people in need. They stop and visit with those they find and work to build relationships. This organization's goal is help the homeliess become self-sufficient. They help approximately 200 people each year and many of these are successful lin working their way out of homelessness.