What We Do

Hands On Hartford’s programs focus on food, housing, economic security, engaging volunteers and connecting communities.
MANNA Food & Neighborhood Services: Provides direct relief to thousands of Hartford neighbors each month. Through Community Meals, Community Pantry, Senior Community Café, and the Backpack Nutrition Program for children, we provide meals and groceries to individuals and families facing food insecurity.
Also provides vital support through community connections, referrals, security deposit & utility assistance, basic health screening, nutrition education and employment & education expense assistance.
HOH Housing: Provides individuals and families with:
· Safe and affordable housing and related support services (including for those living with HIV/AIDS) 
· Supportive services to tenants of George Beach Home
· Individualized housing case management and related support services through the Healthcare & Housing (CIHHN).
Faces of Homelessness Speakers’ Bureau:  An alliance of concerned individuals who have experienced and continue to experience homelessness who speak out against this unjust reality by organizing speaking engagements hosted by a diverse range of community groups.
None of these services would be possible without the dedication and support of volunteers. Through our Community Engagement program, volunteers play a vital role in all of our service areas. In order to address the great need in the Hartford community, and to deepen volunteers’ connection to Hartford, our volunteers also participate in service projects at other organizations around the greater Hartford area.
We recently moved our operations to the new Hands On Hartford Center for Community located at 55 Bartholomew Avenue in Hartford.

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