Helping Hand Mission

Website: www.helpinghandmission.org

About:

Provide relief and support to needy families and victims of fire; distribute food and clothing to persons in need; direct people incapable of handling their business to appropriate sources for help; train and educate the unemployed and help them to find employment; help persons become self-sufficient; restore dignity and pride to those who have had difficulties as a result of a lack of services and resources.

Love Baskets consisting of meat, canned goods and vegetables are delivered to needy families to provide a wholesome meal.

Operation Warm Clothing: Warm clothing is available in the winter months for the homeless. Items such as gloves, sweaters, and coats can be picked up free of charge by persons in need.
 

Contact:

(919) 829-8048
Sylvia Wiggins, Executive Director

Volulnteer Opportunities:

Volunteer time or business services. Contact the Mission to discuss opportunities.

Donate:

Money, via a secure online donation service.

Food, via collection boxes located in shopping centers in Raleigh, Cary and Garner, or at a Mission office.

Clothing and toys.

Furniture. A pickup service is available for large items such as furniture and appliances and can be arranged within 24 hours.

Most Needed Items: Household items such as baby items, beds, bed linens, pillows, bedroom sets, pots & pans, kitchen appliances, lamps, living & dining room sets, washers/dryers, TVs.