We've been fortunate to receive strong support from local corporations and businesses, many of which utilize their own unique assets on our behalf. We continue to be blown away by the creative ways that our partners come up with to collaborate with BHH, engage with the public, and benefit our community together.
The Palm Beach Post featured a photo of an Office Depot mentor and Boca Helping Hands Job Training Program mentee in print.
Diumar Camacho struggled to find a job that fulfilled him, mentally and financially. Despite spending the majority of his time in an office as an HR manager, he and his wife lived paycheck to paycheck. Diumar began dreaming of a career in the growing commercial truck driving industry, which he thought would be the ticket to one day sustaining a growing family, retiring, and helping others in the community.
The Boca Raton Tribune: Town Center At Boca Raton Dishes Holiday Cheer At Annual “Give Back” Christmas Day Feast
For the fourth year in a row, Town Center at Boca Raton joins Boca Helping Hands to make the holidays brighter for the community’s underserved.
Polsky will also be joined by state Sen. Kevin Radar for a Farm Share Food Giveaway. Boca Helping Hands, a charity organization for those in need of food, medical and financial help, is also partnering to help with the event.
Our sincerest thanks to each West Boca Medical Center employee that helped make this new acquisition possible. Your generosity ensures that Boca Helping Hands will be able to continue distributing over 2 million pounds of food annually to the community we serve.
It is with a sense of profound regret tinged with deep gratitude that we say goodbye to our dear friend Mel Lazerick. Mel passed away on November 6 after a brief illness.
Our sincerest thanks to each individual, organization and foundation that helped make this new acquisition possible. Your generosity ensures that Boca Helping Hands will be able to continue distributing over 2 million pounds of food annually to the community we serve.
This afternoon Boca Helping Hands hosted a gathering for our newly-funded truck. BHH invited truck contributors, city representatives and BHH staff members who braved the weather for a ceremonious ribbon-cutting and starting of the truck.
Donate today toward our $200,000 Annual End-of-the-Year Matching Campaign! Thanks to our anonymous donor, your contribution will be matched dollar for dollar while you help support the mission of Boca Helping Hands.
This newsletter contains articles including about our upcoming Annual Matching Campaign and Thanksgiving Box Brigade, an update on our new truck, and much more!
Inside the front entrance of Saiko-i Sushi Lounge & Hibachi, you will find a larger-than-life gold Buddha statue covered with money. It seems people enjoy leaving some extra cash and making a wish in hopes of gaining some luck in return. That practice has proven lucky for another local group — Boca Helping Hands, a 501(c)(3) that gives back to those in need by providing food, helping those in crisis and even offering job training programs.