Helping Hand of Spicewood
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Hunger isn't seasonal, which is why our year-round food pantry gets so much attention. Devote a Tuesday
afternoon to working at our pantry and see first-hand the families we help daily.
The Helping Hand Crisis Ministry of Spicewood provides humanitarian services to those in need that live near Spicewood, Texas. The geographical center of this service area is Pace Bend Road, in Travis County.
From time to time we have clients that are in need of major renovations or assistance with housing. If your organization is looking for a project to help a family in danger of becoming homeless, contact us.
Since 2007 Helping Hand of Spicewood has served families in need in the Spicewood area.
The services provided are directed at families and individuals in this area who are experiencing a difficult period in their lives. The goal of the ministry is to help these people through their crisis and to become self sufficient. Services include: spiritual based counseling, basic food items, home repairs, transportation, medical expenses, housing assistance and utility assistance.
those in need