Operation Helping Hand is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization that relies on the generous support of it’s donors and volunteers.   We have very few overhead costs, so almost all of your giving goes directly to the field.

Here are some ideas on how to help:

  •  A fast food meal in the US costs about $7.00.  In Kabwe, that will feed several kids a day.  Consider skipping one fast food meal and feeding kids instead.
  • Skip one fast food meal a month and give a recurring gift of $7 monthly.  These regular gifts, no matter how small, bring the added value of helping to provide a steady budget for our workers, who can re-invest it to grow more food, feed more kids, teach, encourage, and give hope for the future.
  • Volunteer your time by sharing a link, telling a friend, helping with a fundraiser, soliciting grants, or offering expertise in a variety of ways at home and in the field.

Please CONTACT us if you’d like to learn more about other specific needs and opportunities to serve, and thanks always for your prayers and support.

To make an, online donation, please click below:

To donate by Mail, please send personal check to:

PO BOX 655
Lititz, PA 17543

To earmark your donation for a specific purpose, please note on the memo line of your check  or the “add special instructions” box on the Pay Pal menu, to indicate that your donation should be applied to one of the following funds.  Any unmarked donations will go to the General Fund:

Personal Support – Randy and Anita Trythall:  The most direct way to provide an income to cover personal expenses for the Trythall family.
Shoe Drive: Will go towards the cost of promotional materials, barrels, and shipping expenses for the Shoe Drive.
General Fund:  Will be used for general ministry expenses as determined by the Missions Board.

You can also support us by using Amazon Smile for all your online shopping. Amazon will give a tiny amount of each purchase if you use this link, and select “Operation Helping Hand” in Lititz, PA as your chosen charity!

http://Amazon Smile


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