Family Center Manager
Interim Thrift store team Leader
Warehouse Coordinator & Trainer
Community Helping Hands was established in 2001 and is located within the Gateway Center, a formerly abandoned factory building that has been beautifully repurposed to house several organizations that provide help to those in need. We provide emergency assistance to local families in need of clothing, household items and furniture; we also operate a youth/family center on the second floor of the Gateway Center.
All are welcome to use our services or volunteer at our organization regardless of race, color, religion (creed), employment, gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, martial status, sexual orientation or military status. Although we are a faith-based organization with a faith-based mission, our Board of Directors come from churches and faith-backgrounds of all kinds and we are not affiliated with any particular church.
- Provide low-cost clothing, furniture, and household goods to those in need
- Provide job skills training and work experience
- Empower individuals to help themselves and others
- Create a sense of community and teamwork mentality
CHH By the Numbers
Community Helping Hands demonstrates the love of Christ by helping our community thrive as we empower people to help themselves and others.
In 2016, Community Helping Hands gave away more than $57,759 in clothing and household items, with an additional $32,374 given away in furniture.
Our Thrift Store and Showrooms are open to the public. A person who cannot afford such essential items may get a referral from an organization or church, make an appointment, and we will issue them a voucher to use in the store, depending on the availability of items.
Are you ready to boogie and shake your groove thing? Community Helping Hands is excited to host a 70s Disco Party Fundraiser at Chautauqua Suites Hotel in Mayville on Saturday, March 9, 2019. This year’s event will feature a dinner buffet, DJ dance music and photo booth provided by Giulia Giuffre Sowrey of Star Sirch…Details
http://www.post-journal.com/news/local-news/2018/05/community-helping-hands-names-new-executive-director/ Community Helping Hands has named Tami Berg its new executive director. Berg will take over the organization’s helm on June 25. Berg will be accountable to the Community Helping Hands board for administration, community outreach, program development, quality control, long-term sustainability and strategic planning. “I am very excited and humbled to be joining such…Details