Helping Hand

Towanda food pantry receives Helping Hand


Potwin Fire Chief, dalmatian receive $1,200 to continue rehab


Harvey County youth receive $1,200 to fight prescription drug abuse


Garden City teen gets $1,200 for helping classmates get prom dresses


$1,200 Helping Hand given to help replace historic Wichita plaques


Kansas church's generosity leads to Helping Hand


Eagle Valley Raptor Center receives Helping Hand, $1,200


Mother, son receive Helping Hand to open more 'Paxton's Blessing Box' locations


WPD Homeless Outreach Team receives $1,200 Helping Hand


Mulvane Co-op receives $1,200 Helping Hand


Oaklawn woman receives Helping Hand to improve her neighborhood


12 families receive surprise Christmas gift from KWCH and DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers


The Salvation Army gets surprise cash gift for coat drive


Bread of Life receives $1,200 to help feed hungry Kansans


Wichita woman who was robbed and beaten receives a Helping Hand


Kansas high school receives Helping Hand for giving student a lifetime memory


Kansas woman makes, donates blankets to kids in need


Wichita police officer receives Helping Hand to benefit other officers in need


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KWCH 12 and Devaughn James Injury Lawyers want to lend a Helping Hand to those in our community. Every other Monday, we will give out “Helping Hand Grants” to those needing a little extra help or to those making a difference to people around them. Join us during Eyewitness News at 10:00 p.m. – every other Monday – as KWCH 12 and Devaughn James Injury Lawyers recognize people in our community.