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"Helping Hands gave me the resources to make a better life for myself"

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Our Story

Helping Hands was founded as a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization and became Helping Hands, Incorporated on April 11, 1973. The prompt for such a facility arose after a group of Aiken citizens realized abused, abandoned and/or neglected children were being temporarily housed in the Aiken County jail due to lack of foster home space.  Continue Reading

 

Become A Volunteer

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Helping Hands welcomes individuals to become involved.  We believe that volunteers help our agency to spread love to the children at our agency and show them that there are people who care about them.  Group Volunteer Application - Individual Volunteer Application

 

Our Mission

 

Helping Hands is committed to enriching the quality of life and well-being of children, youth and families in need of residential and community-based services in order to improve their health, independent living skills, educational outcomes, and/or resilience.

 

Brag Abouts

 


Our residents are accomplishing so much these days that we have decided to share. We hope you enjoy and check back from time to time to see what else we have to BRAG about. Visit Page

Become A Donor

Donations are gifts that our agency willingly accepts from individuals and groups in the community.  They help our agency to meet the needs of an average of 45 children living at our emergency home and to ensure that each child has the opportunity to participate in various activities and to fully enjoy his/her childhood.

A Chef's Extravaganza

2014ChefInvitation

“Home-Grown: From Farm to Table”

November 14, 2014

Woodside Plantation Country Club

Cocktails at 6:30pm
Dinner at 7pm

$100 per person
Formal attire

Limited Seating
RSVP 803-648-3456

Download the Information Packet (pdf)

 

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