We’re celebrating Heart + Hand as our September #SwipeItForGood partner of the month!
Heart + Hand Outreach Ministries offers local community services including low cost shopping at their thrift store, food pantry, job training, utility assistance, medical supplies, and vouchers that can be used to get toys and clothing for foster placements.
“Heart + Hand provides low cost shopping for the entire community. The proceeds from our thrift store sales are used to support our programs!”, explained Jenny Keener, Volunteer and Donation Coordinator.
Element is supporting Heart + Hand this month by collecting cans and raising money!
We are hosting two canned food drives. For each can collected, we’re donating 25 cents.
We asked Jenny how the community can continue to help Heart and Hand all year round.
- Donate your unwanted items at our back door Monday through Saturday from 10am-3pm
- Organize a food drive at your school, church, or civic organization
- Participate in the 2020 Kay Hall Hike for Hunger by visiting our website hhomwv.org
- Donate to the food pantryWe love partnering with Heart and Hand, which is why they are one of our #SwipeItForGood partners, but we wanted to know why they love to partner with us!“Element is a great neighbor in South Charleston. We appreciate all the good things they do for the community as a non-profit. The #SwipeItForGood program helps us to receive funds to help with our programs.”, said Jenny.October 3rd, Heart and Hand is hosting their annual Hike For Hunger. This year, participants can take part at the walk in South Charleston or from home.
“Stop by 212 D Street in South Charleston, or visit our webpage for details at www.hhomwv.org.”
Learn more about Heart and Hand on their website: hhomwv.org
Support virtually by follow Heart + Hand on Facebook! @HeartHandOutreach
Get involved and start volunteering! Call Jenny: 304-989-7609