The start of a treatment program and summer camp for kids with ADHD was delayed due to the pandemic, but the psychologist planning it says the $1,200 Helping Hand it received will still be put to good use.
What better way to "Share the Love” than with a fresh-out-of-the-oven casserole? The Kingman ‘helpers’ with Share the Love have spent years giving a simple gift that means so much: a warm meal to warm the heart.
KWCH and DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers gave a Helping Hand to Veterans Unidos, the Wichita beneficiary of the Kansas Honor Banners project, for the work it’s doing to support veterans and their families.
The Kansas School for Effective Learning (KANSEL) wanted to give graduating seniors a chance to have the memory of prom while helping them get prom dresses and suits. In support of the grassroots effort, Eyewitness News and DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers decided to lend a $1,200 Helping Hand.
Create Campaign is a Wichita nonprofit that helps minority-owned businesses launch and expand. The organization has already helped hundreds of African American and Hispanic Latino entrepreneurs persist in their businesses. In recognition of its efforts, Eyewitness News and DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers lend a Helping Hand.
During the last three months, nonprofits have felt the impact of COVID-19. Shelter and outreach are just a couple of the services the Wichita Family Crisis Center offers to survivors of domestic violence and human trafficking.
This led the Veterinary Emergency and Specialty Hospital of Wichita and Veterinary Care to team up to create the "Paw It Forward" non-profit foundation. The goal? To give assistance to pet owners in need.
The Garden City High School football team did a car wash fundraiser to benefit families impacted by the Tyson Beef Plant fire. Eyewitness News and DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers doubled it with a $1,200 Helping Hand