Our Profits-

All of the profits made by the Arlington Helping Hands store are returned to the community in the form of donations to local non-profit organizations and charities that are in agreement with our stated purpose of helping people in need. 
April, 2015 Helping Hands donated $500.00 to each of the following organizations;The Arlington Food Bank, Voices of the Village, The Special Olympics, The Boys and Girls Club of Arlington, Dollars for Scholars, Domestic Violence Prevention of Snohomish County, The Make a Wish Foundation, and Cocoon House. 
 
September, 2015 Helping Hands donated $500.00 to each of the following organizations; Cocoon House, The Make-a-Wish Foundation, Domestic Violence Prevention of Snohomish County, Dollars for Scholars, The Boys and Girls Club of Arlington, Ronald McDonald House, Arlington Food Bank and the Arlington Fire Department #46.

Helping Hands helps out for the holidays

With Christmas just around the corner, we are all busy buying the perfect gifts, decorating trees and planning the family feast. With so much going on we tend to forget about those less fortunate. Well the volunteers of Arlington Helping Hands did not. Helping Hands decided to sponsor a local Arlington family in need. They provided the tree, decorations and lights. A gift card to a local grocery store and of course loads of presents for mom, dad and the four children. The family was overjoyed for the assistance and the HH's volunteers could not have been happier to see the positive results of all the hard work they do running the store.