About Helping Hands Ministry

The Helping Hands Story

     In 1994 our youngest son was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Because of the vast medical expenses associated, we found ourselves struggling to pay bills and put food on the table. A Good Samaritan with ties to a local food pantry began dropping off food, literally, at our doorstep. The food was much needed and the kindness that was shown to our entire family was invaluable.

     That's when the idea of Helping Hands was planted in our hearts. A year and half later in 1995, Helping Hands was birthed and we began serving the Greater High Point area with the sincere desire to touch those in need with the same assistance and kindness we had previously received.

     Helping Hands Emergency Ministry is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization. As a non profit, we depend on the generosity and support of our community, foundations, and corporations who believe in our goal to help fund our programs and campaigns. We actively help feed our less fortunate, offer emergency assistance, and maintain the health and well-being of those in need.  Learn More »




Celebrating 24 years, Helping Hands continues to grow and serve the greater High Point area. Please join us in the fight to end hunger. 


Now serving over 25,000 individuals and families each year. Dedicating our resources and expanding our reach to aid our community. 


While speaking about the future of Helping Hands and the full scope of services we offer we concluded we had once again outgrown our current facility. This turn of events resulted in our current location with the help of Darrell & Stella Harris.


Helping Hands remodeled the building that use to serve as the chapel for Grace Church to better serve the people of High Point.


Grace Church and Lighthouse Assembly of God merged churches and the food ministry came under the cover of Grace. The food ministry moved to Montlieu Ave and officially took on the name Helping Hands.


Helping Hands Emergency Ministry is established in High Point, NC.











We began coordinating our first major fundraiser to support Helping Hands. 


With the help of our community & sponsors we gave out over $500,000 worth of food this year. Each year surpassing the last.


Helping Hands was named Agency Of The Year by Second Harvest Food Bank- Northwest NC. And was recognized as the largest food pantry in the city of High Point. We had outgrown our facility and remained limited by what one church could give. 


Since its conception Helping Hands donated $1m worth of food to the surrounding community. 


Starting out in a converted classroom, Helping Hands Emergency Assistance was able to hand out over $15,000 in food and supplies in its first year. 


Meet The Team


2018 Operating Expenses

Recognizing Our Partners



6Fundraising, Awareness, Management, & General Expenses

The House Of Prayer


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