Helping Hands of Mission Valley
We are a compassionate, local Non-Profit organization that assists individuals with food, transportation, personal care items, community cradles, resource referrals and many more items on an at need basis.
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Helping Hands Programs
Help feed a family this Holiday
Helping Hands of Mission Valley is gathering much needed donations to help feed families for the holidays. With your donation, we can help make sure families in need in our community don’t go hungry this holiday season.
Backpack for Bundles Program
The Backpack for Bundles Program is a project unique to our area. Through the Zero to Five FRLC and Helping Hands, we have developed it to ‘gift’ new mothers a safe sleep space for their infant and a useful welcoming gift to the newest members of our community.
Zero to Five FRLC
Zero to Five on the Flathead Reservation and Lake County is committed to recognizing challenges, identifying solutions, empowering parents, promoting collaboration, utilizing resources, seeking opportunities to improve the quality of life for families and children and cultivating positive change.
News & Updates
Backpack Baby Bundles Thank you so much to the Polson Key Club for volunteering your time and hard work! Below they worked on our Backpack Baby...
Helping Hands is a community resource that addresses the needs of individuals & families in the Lake County area. Our mission is to empower & encourage a transformation of lifestyle into a better understanding of cultures & individuals in a way that demonstrates tolerance, love & acceptance by serving others.
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Donate to the Helping Hands to help those in emergent need or designate your gift to one of our specific programs. All contributions are tax deductible.
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What We Do
In existence since February of 2004. HH is an it ecumenical project funded by donations, churches, fundraisers and grants.
HH has assisted in over 75,000 requests for individuals and families. Aid comes in the form of vouchers, supplies, assistance with food, bus tickets, transportation, medication, utilities, clothing, personal care items, temporary lodging, community cradles and obtaining vital records. Each situation is considered on a case by case need, based on its own merits.
Beyond providing emergency assistance, HH’s goals are working to address long-term needs, providing resource referrals, and guiding toward self-sufficiency.
We work hand in hand with other organizations in Lake County to provide long-term solutions and a place to refer their clients for short-term emergency assistance.
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Office/Appointment Hours - M/W/F 9 AM to 2 PM
410 1st St. East, Suite 1, Polson, MT