Who We Are

Hands joined in service can renew humanity.

Hands That Serve began in 2003 as a feeding program which provides lunches (cheeseburgers)  to the homeless in downtown St. Louis. It has evolved into a service organization that provides funding for people who are working hard to get their lives back on track. This includes scholarship money to local community colleges, security deposits to ensure housing and general financial assistance to those in need.

Hands That Serve is privately funded by individual and corporate sponsors and is run by volunteers.

Nearly 99% of donations received go directly to those in need. All donations are tax exempt.

 

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News

Scholarship Fund Report

An update on how our scholarship money is being used and a story about our recipients: Kristina is a fourth semester nursing student who is using the funds to enroll in the Kaplan program to help … [Read More...]

Name Change

Feed Your Soul-St. Louis has officially changed its name to Hands The Serve; this was initiated out of a desire to add more focus to our additional services of housing and education. Although feeding … [Read More...]

Overview

  Mission: Hands That Serve is a non-profit organization with a mission dedicated to providing concrete help and financial support to those in need. This support is dependant upon local … [Read More...]

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Joining Hands with Kingdom House

KINGDOM HOUSE_1012878002_nIn our service to the poor, Hands That Serve has been looking for the best venue to serve children. As a result of our search, HTS has recently joined hands in service with Kingdom House of St. Louis. Kingdom House has been transforming lives since 1902 by offering help to families with young children who live below the poverty line. This joint effort will help keep their Food Pantry stocked and support services which help young families achieve a better life and break the cycle of poverty.

Special Note

We would like to send out a special note of thanks to Rick Wallace and Amanda Koeppe for the "Talk of the Town" radio interview which aired on Sunday June 12, 2012 at 6:30 am on 106.5FM,101FM and 92.3FM.