• Helping Hand of Hope announces donation match from GIVE 270

    Donations support efforts to resupply Helping Hand of Hope’s food pantry amid storms Hardin County-based nonprofit Helping Hand of Hope announced today that fellow local nonprofit Give 270 will match up to $2,500 in funds donated toward the nonprofit’s food pantry campaign between now and March 31st. Helping Hand of Hope is currently raising funds […]

  • Helping Hand of Hope launches new brand

    New brand reflects the organization’s spirit in Hardin County Hardin County-based nonprofit Helping Hand of Hope announced today that it has gone through a major rebranding to ensure their clientele can more easily access its services. The rebranding includes the launch of a new website and logo design.  “At Helping Hand of Hope, we strive […]

  • Essential Needs & Wish list

    Many times, we are asked what items we need for our clients and our office. We wanted to make it easy for you. Below, you will find the items that are always in need on our essential list. We are also  including a link to our Amazon Wishlist. If you choose to purchase from the […]

  • Volunteers Needed

    We are looking for volunteers. Sign up HERE

  • Breakthrough in 2022

    We are blessed to be celebrating our 50th year of service here in Hardin County. Helping Hand of Hope will be hosting a “Breakthrough into 2022” event on March 18th, 2022. This event is being held at First Christian Church in Elizabethtown. Come watch the movie Breakthrough that is inspired by the real-life stories of Joyce […]

  • Pet Food Pantry

    Helping Hand of Hope is now the location of the first Pet Food Pantry in Hardin County. 

  • Hope Burke Named New Executive Director

    The Helping Hand of Hope Board of Directors has named Hope Burke to be its new Executive Director. Burke, the agency’s current Director of Community Relations, came to Helping Hand of Hope a year ago and has become very familiar with daily operations and the opportunities the agency has to minister to Hardin County. “I […]