The Gift Of A Helping Hand Charitable Trust was founded on January 10, 2002. The organization was formed to serve the needy, underprivileged, domestic violence victims, underserved, economically disadvantaged and poverty-stricken families and individuals residing in distressed communities in southeastern Michigan.
The purpose of The Gift Of A Helping Hand Charitable Trust is to serve the underprivileged, domestic violence victims, underserved, economically disadvantaged, poverty-stricken and low-income families and individuals in metropolitan Detroit, Michigan and other Wayne counties with support, assistance and resources in which our programs, services and activities offers on a day to day basis.
Shelters mission statement
The Gift Of A Helping Hand Emergency Shelter will eliminate homelessness and domestic violence one shelter at a time. We will provide the homeless with the valuable resources, assistances, support groups and opportunities needed to help them to become self-sufficient, self-reliant and living productive and abusive free lifestyle.
Domestic violence against women must stop. Let us end the violence, afford battered women and help safeguard them against future abuse, mandate restitution and offer resources for independent, violence-free living.
The search for freedom from domestic violence is often a long and arduous process and it cannot occur until battering and terrorism cease. Even then, it is obstructed unless the battered woman can achieve autonomy and self-determination. Please help us continue our fight against domestic violence against women. With your support we can continue fight against domestic violence against women.
Mission: The Gift Of A Helping Hand mission is to assist in lifting the voice of illiteracy and putting an end to hunger, domesic violence, poverty, child abuse, racism and homelesnness in southeastern Michigan, including Wayne, Oakland, Macomb counties and America
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