Regional Food Focused Non Profit Running Low on Food and Funds After Hurricane Matthew

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Hand-of-Hope is a non-profit organization raising funds to provide food to the people of Haiti after the devastation of Hurricane Matthew.

Distributing meals with hand of hope

“The people of Haiti need our help for the foreseeable future and we cannot do it alone; we need your help!” says Denise Brumby, Volunteer Project Coordinator.

Hand of Hope has always leapt into action to provide hot meals to those in need but after responding with 25,000 meals to the countries of the Caribbean after Hurricane Matthew their shelves and bank account are running empty. From sending meals for distribution to the needy and homeless during freezing weather to times of crisis and disaster, Hand-of-Hope has mobilized all of its resources to fulfill their mission to provide hot, healthy meals. They have taken action on previous events such as the Mexican Border Crisis, the Haitian Earthquake and the Louisiana Flooding.

“The people of Haiti need our help for the foreseeable future and we cannot do it alone; we need your help!” says Denise Brumby, Volunteer Project Coordinator.

Hand-of-Hope has no paid staff and very little overhead so donations are highly efficient in delivering food and water to people in need. Hand-of-Hope is also a project of United Charitable, a registered 501(c)3 public charity, who monitors and is accountable to verify donations are used in the manor they were intended. They are asking for donations in this time of crisis that will help them respond with the greatest impact.

There are 3 methods of donation:
1) Make a direct financial donation through the United Charitable portal on Hand-of-Hope.com Due to virtually no overhead, donations are highly dollar efficient; going to directly aid those in need.
2) Budget an annual, quarterly or monthly, tax deductible donation to Hand-of-Hope; helping to support meal efforts on your behalf.
3) When shopping online use the Cause Network portal found on the Hand-of-Hope website. When you or your employees use Cause Network to buy from over 1,000 participating merchants a small portion of all sales will be sent to Hand-of-Hope as a donation. For more info visit http://www.causenetwork.com

“We can’t thank people enough for their help feeding the people hit by this storm in the Caribbean,” said Denise Brumby.

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