We are open:

Tues, Wed, Thurs., Sat.

11:00a.m.-5:00p.m.

 

530-755-3491

 

 

 

Hands of Hope appreciates your financial support for our Mission.

You may donate (Securely)through Pay Pal or, send a donation of

$20, $50, $100, $250,

Other to:

 

Hands of Hope

P.O. Box 88

Yuba City, CA 95992

 

Thank You

 

Hands of Hope is Located at:

 

909 Spiva Avenue

Yuba City, CA 95991

 

Hands of Hope is a locally chartered non-profit corporation formed to provide supportive services to homeless families with children, seeking to alleviate the conditions leading to chronic homelessness.  While our motivation is rooted in the charitable traditions of all world religions, Hands of Hope is independent of any specific religious group.  We welcome participation by all persons of good will regardless of faith affiliation.

 

Our annual operating budget of $120,000 is provide by donations and grants.

 

Services include:

 

•Showers, laundry facilities, clothes closet.

 

•Mentor/Guest Advocate Programs

Hands of Hope is an affiliate

of the Yuba-Sutter United Way

Our Current Needs (updated 4/20/2015)

 

**Size 4 and 5 Diapers, bottled water,

insect repellent, sunscreen**

 

other needs can be seen here

If you can help, it would be greatly appreciated.

 Please bring your donations during our hours of operation. Thank you.

 

Hours:  Tues, Wed, Thurs., & Sat. 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Fall/Winter 2014 News

If you have donations please bring them to Hands of Hope at 909 Spiva Ave. in Yuba City during normal operating hours.

A Quick Look at Two Programs We Offer

MENTOR PROGRAM: The Mentor Program provides a “Ladder of Success” by offering information and tools necessary to empower the Participant to get out of homelessness and become self-sufficient.

 

 

GUEST ADVOCATE PROGRAM: Our Guest Advocate program helps our guests with special needs not provided by our day program.

 

 

Email us:

ychandsofhope@sbcglobal.net

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