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We have all kinds of breads, lettuce, salad kits, and Anaheim peppers available at Helping Hands Food Pantry. Please help yourself ... See MoreSee Less
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www.facebook.com/408651105974619/posts/1677027759136941/?sfnsn=moIn partnership with the General Motors Foundation, and the Capital Area United Way, Housing Services Mid Michigan is happy to announce the Shared Housing Intervention Program (SHIP). SHIP is designed to serve families that are currently staying with friends or family, and may need additional support when it comes to achieving housing stability. The program offers case management, financial literacy education, housing assistance, and additional supportive services. This program is available to families in Eaton, Clinton, and Ingham Counties.If you think you might be eligible, or have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Stephen Butler, Program Manager at Housing Services Mid Michigan; sbutler@hs-mm.org, (424) 272-6860. ... See MoreSee Less
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We still have ALOT of salad kits and ripe bananas. Please come help yourself. We will reopen Tuesday at 11am for full orders of food. Have a blessed weekend. ... See MoreSee Less
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We have a lot of extra Lettuce we put out on the porch at Helping Hands. Come and get some! ... See MoreSee Less
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Just picked up 144 gallons of Milk from Meijer, tomorrow morning we will get Meats, Baked goods and Produce and re-open at 11 am to serve people needing food assistance until 5:30 pm. Open Wednesday 10 am-4:30 & Thursday 9am-4pm. Come, let us help you! ... See MoreSee Less
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Unfortunately, during last week's pause of operations due to Covid exposure, several members of the Helping Hands family have tested positive and developed symptoms. Through our contacting and subsequent interviews we have come to believe that there was more than one source of exposure as this virus seems to be everywhere! Most have recovered or are in process of recovering including one volunteer (who has not been to the pantry in nearly a month) that is hospitalized with pneumonia and other underlying conditions that are complicating recovery. In light of these developments we have decided to extend our shutdown until at least Tuesday April 27. We ask that you keep all in prayer and please make prudent decisions in keeping yourselves and others safe. A special thanks to our friends at St. Vincent de Paul here in Charlotte for (as always) having our back through their willingness to serve our clients with emergency food assistance while we are paused. If you or someone you know needs help, please contact them at 517-543-4319. Again, we thank you for your understanding as we strive to protect the health of everyone involved. ... See MoreSee Less
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