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The Dawn of a New Day…and the Birth of Hope

By: James S. Gavrilos
Source: Boca Helping Hands
Date: March 1, 2013
Just moments ago, ten individuals left Boca Helping Hands loaded with pans, warming trays and utensils. These individuals are currently unemployed…or at least they were until this morning. Today is the first catering “gig” to be prepared and set up by those in our new created Job Training Program. As of this morning, these individuals are unemployed no longer!
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BHH Recovers 4,000lbs of food from the South Beach Wine & Food Festival

By: James S. Gavrilos
Source: Boca Helping Hands
Date: February 26, 2013
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Boca Helping Hands Winter 2013 Newsletter

By: Boca Helping Hands
Source: Boca Helping Hands
Date: February 6, 2013
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BHH-January's Doyle Award for Nonprofit Excellence-Sun Sentinel

Source: Sun Sentinel
Date: January 25, 2013
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Staffing Changes at Boca Helping Hands

By: Karen Swedenborg
Date: December 27, 2012
With regret, Boca Helping Hands has received the resignation of Ms. Judy Roy, who has served as our Volunteer Program Manager since June. The entire Boca Helping Hands family wishes Judy every success in her future endeavors. After a careful search, we discovered our new Volunteer Program Manager right under our nose…or at least at the front desk! Effective Monday, January 31st, Ms. Deanna Duke who has been our receptionist since September, will assume her new role as Volunteer Program Manager. Deanna’s upbeat, positive personality have won plaudits from volunteers and clients alike and we look forward to her taking responsibility for our amazing volunteers. With Deanna moving “down the hall”, Boca Helping Hands is now accepting applications for a Receptionist. Anyone interested i
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Another “Matching” Donor Steps Forward in support of Boca Helping Hands

By: James S. Gavrilos
Source: Boca Helping Hands
Date: December 7, 2012
To anyone familiar with Boca Helping Hands, the name Arthur Remillard is synonymous with philanthropy, commitment and bold vision. When Boca Helping Hands was trying to consolidate operations into one building, an effort made critical by the catastrophic fire in August of 2009, Arthur Remillard stepped forward and offered the leading gift for the capital campaign. Since his first involvement with Boca Helping Hands, Mr. Remillard has been among our most consistent supporters. Each year, he assists BHH and its various events with his financial support as well as his presence, guidance and advice. Making frequent and unannounced visits, Mr. Remillard quietly and proudly observes the bee hive of activity taking place in the building that bears his name.
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The Jim Moran Foundation Funds New Job Training Initiative at Boca Helping Hands

By: James S. Gavrilos
Source: Boca Helping Hands
Date: November 6, 2012
(November 7, 2012) -- For most people, Boca Helping Hands (BHH) means a hot meal or a pantry bag of groceries. For others, BHH means a backpack filled with food for the weekend for children. Still others associate BHH with limited financial assistance to pay rent or utility bills. However, its stated mission is to break the cycle of dependence. A recent $100,000 grant from The Jim Moran Foundation, along with support from The Salah Foundation and The Hagen Family Foundation, will allow BHH to take a major step forward in empowering clients to become self-sufficient.
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