There are many youth serving organizations in Georgia, Helping Hands Helping Others is set out to make a difference in embracing youth by centering on mentorship! You will find throughout our programs that we truly believe that every youth can reach their full potential with the proper resources.


To ease the burden and erase the stigma endured by youth and to equip them with the skills necessary to empower themselves to achieve a brighter future.


Our goal is to provide the necessary resources and tools to at-risk youth so they can have a better life.

Latest News

  • Thanks to everyone who supported our Belk Charity Sale!

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  • Helping Hands Helping Others has received a 10K Google Ad Grant to promote their new mission & initiatives.

  • HHHO's Event of the Year - Music With a Purpose

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  • 6th Annual Wine Tasting Event

  • HHHO In-House Activities - mentee’s enjoying mentoring day every other Monday. We are so delighted to have them join our youth program. Where kids matter. For more information, please contact the online form or contact our office for more details. Our new office hours are Monday thru Friday 8am -6pm.




  • Helping Hands Helping Others is a proud sponsor for Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy Science Department where learning is rooted in the understanding of faith in God and the power of his word. Please contact Pqushia Epps, Executive Director at pepps@helpinghandsofga.org about donating science materials.

  • The Redding Family Foundation will give a dollar for every dollar that Helping Hands Helping Others raised in the next five months- up to $1500.00- for its substance abuse mentoring program. Helping Hands Helping Others would like to provide social services through this mentoring program. 


  • 2016-2017 We are now recruiting responsible volunteers for the Tennessee Titans Stadium. Training sessions are held the 2nd Monday of each month to review customer service skills and Helping Hands Helping Others volunteer policies and procedures. 


    For a volunteer package or more information, please contact LaQuinta Epps, Volunteer Coordinator at lepps@helpinghandsofga.org.
  • A portion of the proceeds go towards our community projects and programs. Under the Levy Premium Food Not-For-Profit Program, HHHO has added twenty devoted helpers to our volunteer team. This increase has helped the Board of Directors maintain the organization contracts with The Georgia Dome and Phillips Arena.

    The  concession fundraising efforts have given us the opportunity to raise over $50,000 over the past seven years. Most importantly we are able to help youth and adults understand their civic responsibility; as well as stay off the streets through our volunteer programs and job readiness training.



Thank You to our Sponsors!