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20,000 Individuals Helped (2016)

199,000 lbs of Food Given (2016)

21 Jobs Found (2016)

High Plains Helping Hands, Inc. is a non-profit organization providing emergency food relief during times of crisis to individuals and families who are located in Northeast Colorado Springs and surrounding areas where few agencies are able to assist.

Each week HPHH partners with individuals, local businesses and faith based ministries to end food insecurity felt by over 100,000 people in our community. We do this by providing quality food, educational programs, job training opportunities.  We are supported by the generosity of our financial partners and volunteers. Food donations are always accepted and every $1 donated provides 5 meals to an individual.  Each hour volunteered gives hope to families who are are in need.

We are located at 7375 Adventure Way, Colorado Springs, CO  and can be reached Monday thru Friday at (719) 495-3123 or you can contact us by clicking  here.

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High Plains Helping Hands 3rd Annual Banquet

Friday October 6th, 2017 – The Till Kitchen

W/SPECIAL GUEST PHILANTHROPIST AND GLOBAL ADVENTURER

LEON LOGOTHETIS from the Netflix Series "The Kindness Diaries"

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High Plains Helping Hands was excited to be featured on 99.3 WAYFM community impact spotlight.

To hear the radio spotlight click the play button on the sound bar below.  Thank you 99.3 WAYFM for spotlighting High Plains Helping Hands, we appreciate your support!


Helping our Neighbors in Need “Nicks Story”

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Your Donation provides food to those in crisis who live in our community.  

Your donation also gives job opportunities, provides training programs and gets us closer to ending food insecurity here in Colorado!


faviconHigh Plains Helping Hands serves over 350+ families each month and serves 8-10 new families each week.  This includes children, seniors, veterans, disabled and those who are experiencing severe financial crisis due to loss of job, divorce, illness or poverty.  High Plains Helping Hands believes we can end food insecurity felt by our neighbors and ask if you would consider joining us with a one time or ongoing monthly financial donation.