Helping Hands for Freedom is a 501c3 dedicated to supporting the families of the fallen, wounded and deployed.

Press Releases

Posted December 8, 2013

Co-Founder, Rodney Smith, is featured in the McCormick Ranch Lifestyle Magazine

By Alexandra Duemer, Click Here to see story: MCRL – Story

Posted October 19, 2013

Picnic has special meaning for the military children and families in attendance.

Posted October 11, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: One of the most important things we do as an organization is support those families that are dealing with a loss of a loved one to the war on terror. There is no hiding from the tragedy in dealing with the ultimate sacrifice a military family makes for their country.

Posted September 30, 2013

Saturday, October 26 – Kids Youth Baseball/Softball Camp – Complimentary spots are open to boys and girls ages 8 to 12 years old on Saturday, October 26th from 8am to 12 noon. The first annual West Side Youth Baseball/Softball Camp has an incredible line up of coaches featuring former Major League and Minor League players, High School Coaches and other special guests.

Posted September 24, 2013

With Veteran's Day being November 11th, we can't think of a better way to show our respect to military children and families then to have you join us! Helping Hands for Freedom and Billing Tree are pleased to announce that Monday, November 11th and Tuesday, November 12th will mark our 2013 Celebrity Golf Classic and VIP Party honoring our good friend, Tony Brown.

Posted September 13, 2013

Warriors serving Warriors in High School Volleyball game

Posted September 11, 2013

For Immediate Release: Brett Titus and Leslie Hamblin hosted the 3rd annual Tactical Development Symposium featuring over 20 of the top law enforcement and military instructors to share their knowledge and experience with over 300 participants from around the country.

Posted August 27, 2013

HHFF was honored to have 3 Grammy award winning artist come together to support our cause for military children and families. Murphy Lee organized a "Block Party" concert in Indianapolis, Indiana at the Midwest Sports Complex that featured Nelly, Chingy and the St. Lunatics among five other acts that performed to a crowd of 1,500 people.