Helping Hand

Union Rescue Mission receives a Helping Hand


Rose Hill hair stylist receives $1,200 Helping Hand


Community comes together to give a Helping Hand


Garden City HS football team gets $1,200 Helping Hand to donate to families of the Tyson plant fire


Jacob Farms community garden earns $1,200 Helping Hand


Project Teacher receives $1,200 Helping Hand


Salina women receive $1,200 Helping Hand for making prayer shawls


Passageways receives $1,200 Helping Hand for helping homeless veterans


Mother, daughter receive $1,200 Helping Hand for trying to color the world with kindness


Stitches of Hope receives $1,200 Helping Hand to make quilts for cancer patients


Flowers on Douglas receives $1,200 Helping Hand


Derby boy fighting rare disease receives Helping Hand


Kansas mom honors her son's memory by making blankets for sick kids


Noel Lodge receives $1,200 Helping Hand


Wichita Police Foundation gets $1,200 Helping Hand to help officers


Haysville Police Department receives $1,200 Helping Hand


Four women receive $1,200 Helping Hand for making Quilts of Valor


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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.