High Plains Helping Hands is a faith based ministry serving the Northeast Colorado Springs area where few agencies are able to assist our neighbors in need. When our neighbors find themselves in need due loss of job, accident, illness or lifelong disability, we offer food and resources, as well as prayer and encouragement to meet their immediate need. Classes, work and development programs are used to help our neighbors become self sufficient. We celebrate with our neighbors when they begin working and giving back to the community. Today, thanks to our generous partners, HPHH serves 17 zip codes in Northeast Colorado Springs and neighboring areas.
HPHH seeks to receive financial and other donation support from local businesses, organizations, churches and individuals. It operates through the numerous service hours of our dedicated volunteers who pick up food, stock and organize it, pack food bags for clients, pray, encourage, plan special events, answer phone calls, enter information into the database and serve on the board of directors.
HPHH distributes food monthly to as many as 450 families, serving over 1200 individuals. Many of our clientele are elderly, disabled, and/or unemployed. As the number of families we serve continues to grow and as we increase our services to these families, our organization’s critical needs, including food and more financial support, have also increased dramatically. It is our desire to be seen as a community service agency that is supported by the local churches, businesses, and families in the community.
The vision of High Plains Helping Hands (HPHH) is to provide immediate relief and resources to achieve
The mission of High Plains Helping Hands, Inc. is helping our neighbors in need by providing food, education, spiritual and emotional support with kindness, acceptance and respect.
We do this by: