A Place To Turn For People In Need…
Helping Hand of South Whidbey is a Christian-based charity staffed by volunteers from about 10 South Whidbey churches, and is supported through donations by churches, community donors, service organizations, businesses, and a few foundation grants from time to time. 89% of our total budget is used for client services.
Our goal is to provide immediate financial assistance when basic services of life and well-being are in danger of being discontinued. We also make referrals to local, county or state agencies for longer-term assistance.
Volunteers staff the office from 9 a.m. to noon on weekdays. Financial assistance provided through Helping Hand is by way of a grant, with payments made directly to utility companies and landlords on an individual’s behalf.
Helping Hand assists with:
- Heating bills
- Electric Bills
- Mortgage payments
- Home emergencies
- Referrals to other agencies
816 Camano Avenue (until Jan. 30)
P.O. Box 661
Langley, WA 98260
We’re moving offices!
On Feb. 2 we will be located on the campus of Trinity Lutheran Church in Freeland in the community building at the corner of Woodard Avenue and State Highway 525.
Helping Hand provides immediate financial assistance to residents of South Whidbey when basic services of life and well-being are in danger of being discontinued, and makes referrals for longer-term assistance.
(360) 221-7777Mailing Address: P.O. Box 661
Location: 816 Camano Avenue / Langley, WA 98260
Who We Serve
"Some people live paycheck to paycheck, walking a fence of financial instability.
Any emergency or life change can knock them off that fence, sometimes into a downward spiral of poverty.
Helping Hand volunteers show people that they are not alone, and provide some immediate financial relief and helpful advice."