Monthly Archives For March 2014

For the Love of Volunteering and Comfy Shoes

Volunteering is full of wonderful positive attributes. I mean seriously it’s the giving of our personal time (which for most of us between jobs and kids have so little of). But sometimes it’s hard to admit that we can’t always see volunteering as a priority. If you are anything like me, our family is juggling… Read more »

It’s ok to ask for help

Tonight at our board meeting after all the jibber jabber about our future projects, we started discussing the neighbor to neighbor type of help that we want to provide here in our wonderful little Sandy Oregon. Of course this always gets my brain amped up with excitement and ready to help every single person I… Read more »

Help a family keep warm

We have a family that is out of wood and can not afford to turn their heat on. They are searching for blankets or firewood to make it through the rest of the season. If you are able to help please email us.

What do you do anyway?

Boy, I have heard this a lot lately. For the last few months, I have completely stumbled on trying to explain what Sandy’s Helping Hands is and why don’t we just join a preexisting group instead of having our own charity. I must admit, this is a pretty valid question. To be honest, it takes… Read more »