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Community Service


Helping The Community

Food distribution occurs weekly on Wednesdays and Thursdays. 

We are very grateful for our many dedicated volunteers who help stock and organize the pantry every week

so that we can offer healthy and fresh options to our clients. 


If you would like to find out more about ways you can help, please contact us.

Flexible Payment Planning


Reinforcing Stability

Struggling to put food on the table often signals a larger struggle with more than hunger. 

A paycheck that covers the house payment might barely stretch far enough to afford the fuel it takes to get to the job

or keep the lights on at home. 

So, what happens when an unexpected expense comes up? 

Helping Hands is here. 

Our Social Services volunteer team helps assess needs

and provides our clients with assistance to help stabilize their lives.

Girl with Drawing


A Whole Person Commitment

With our organization’s mission always in mind, we strive to find new strategies
to provide a framework of compassionate care.


These special projects help us meet this challenge. 

(Summer) Supplement Bags  
In summer, our clients with school-aged kids need more food than they do during the school year. 

So, in addition to our regular distribution amounts, Helping Hands supplies weekly supplement bags

to these families to help meet this need. Periodically throughout the year supplement bags are also distributed.

School Supply Drive  
With community partners, we gather and distribute school supplies

to our clients with students in DSISD every August.  

Turkey Dinners  
In cooperation with Hays County Food Bank and other community partners,

we gather and distribute full turkey dinners for families at Thanksgiving.

Project Elf
This is a culmination of loving efforts by this entire town...

businesses, public and private schools, community groups, churches, and individuals

come together to provide presents for our clients to help make their holidays more magical.

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