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

Press Releases

Dellen Automotive Donates a Van to HHFF
Posted July 6, 2016
Dellen Automotive’s Generous Donation
Help Build a House of Healing
Posted July 6, 2016
Many of us know our veterans sacrifice a great deal to serve our country and often sacrifice their lives in the process.

While we can empathize with that loss and know this must take a huge toll on their families, many of us likely don’t realize exactly how significantly and how swiftly the family is affected – more than just emotionally. 

Shop Goodwill June 23-25 and Support Helping Hands for Freedom
Posted June 28, 2016

PHOENIX, Ariz. (June 22, 2016) — Helping Hands for Freedom has been selected as the second quarter Goodwill Gives ChangeCampaign recipient.  The program provides funds to help support qualifying nonprofit organizations.  During the weekend of June 23-25, Helping Hands for Freedom will receive all of the cash donations made at Goodwill registers in Maricopa County. 

 

Learn the Facts about PTSD
Posted June 27, 2016

What is PTSD?

Origami Owl’s Help Our Heroes campaign launched to benefit Helping Hands for Freedom
Posted June 27, 2016

PHOENIX – Origami Owl, a custom jewelry company has dedicated this weekend to support the unsung heroes of our country.  Their 72-hour sale, beginning Friday, June 24th, and going through Monday, June 27th, will raise money to support Helping Hands for Freedom’s Life Needs program.  On their Facebook Live post, co-founders Bella and Chrissy Weems, said they chose this week

Independent Designers with Origami Owl Support Helping Hands for Freedom with Unique Fundraiser
Posted June 24, 2016
Created Wednesday, May 04, 2016Author: Lynette Carrington

Jewelry designing duo is raising funds for Route for the Brave and organization’s programs

Posted June 24, 2016

Created Thursday, June 09, 2016Author: Lynette Carrington

 

A Father’s Take on PTSD
Posted June 22, 2016

I can’t say that I spent a lot of time thinking about PTSD or how it might affect my son after his two deployments to Afghanistan with the First Marines. I was more concerned about his daily safety and always grateful when we got emails in the evening when he could send them to confirm he was safe.