High Plains Helping Hands | Colorado Springs Food Pantry
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HPHH will be closed Saturday, Feb. 21, due to the forecast of LOTS of snow Instead, the pantry will be open on Saturday, Feb. 28, from 10am – 1pm.
Monday – Friday, HPHH Will Follow District 49 Closures due to Weather and/or Road Conditions

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About Us
At High Plains Helping Hands, we serve a large area from Colorado Springs to the north and east, where there are few agencies to assist with such needs.  Food and other resources, as well as prayer and encouragement, are offered to those in need who live in the following zip code areas:  80808, 80828, 80830, 80831, 80832, 80833, 80835, 80864, 80920, 80922, and 80923.

Our ministry is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 am – 4 pm and on the third Saturday of each month, 10 am – 1 pm.

Below are ways we minister to our clientele:
1.  Food
Within our own community, there are many families in need, whether due to a family crisis, illness, or lack of work.  Our pantry is able to help by providing food to these families during such times.  Many of the families have nowhere else to turn for help!
 
2. Prayer
As clients comes in, we ask if they would like prayer.  It has been our honor to pray with the majority of people and to witness how God answers those prayers.
 
3. School Supplies 
Prior to each school year, school supplies are given to families who need them for their children. At the start of the school year, children are able to head to school with the necessary items.
 
4. Educational Classes
Our goal is to empower our clients by teaching them certain life skills. We offer classes in Healthy Cooking , Budgeting, Spiritual, and we continue to expand our offerings based upon need.
 
5. Thanksgiving Baskets
Families in our community are given everything needed for a complete Thanksgiving dinner so that they may enjoy a special time with their families.
 
6. Christmas Toys and Meals
Parents are able to come to our “Christmas Toy Store” and pick out  free toys for their children.   Christmas meal bags are also provided for the families.
7. Winter Warmth
Coats, hats, gloves, scarves, and blankets are provided to many families to help keep them warm through the winter season.