Hands On Hartford

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Hands On Hartford is a social service nonprofit organization that serves Hartford residents in the areas of food, housing, and economic security. Founded in 1969 as Center City Churches, the agency has had a longstanding commitment to providing respectful, comprehensive services with help from volunteers and community partnerships. Our current services, reaching about 8,500 people annually, are: MANNA soup kitchen, food pantry, advocacy center, and weekend meal programs for children and seniors. supportive housing and housing assistance including security deposit and utility assistance; Faces of Homelessness Speakers’ Bureau to raise public awareness about homelessness; and Community Engagement to promote volunteerism and service learning.

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