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Who We Are...

Saved Hands Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to addressing the issues of equity in homelessness, suicide prevention and workforce development for citizens of our community.


Led by experienced professionals, the Foundation also offers hands-on workforce development training and counseling services for individuals who want to increase their professional marketability.


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Each participant receives individualized help based on the tools and resources they need to realize their professional goals and personal growth. The  Foundation was founded on the faith-based aspects of giving back to the community.

Our motivating factor comes from Matthew 25:40…"And the King shall answer and say unto them, Verily I say unto you, Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me."

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This motivation and dedication to the Word of God ignites our spirit of giving back. We believe that if you give a person “Hope” and a little assistance, that Hope brings an increase of their “Faith” and promote a belief in themselves and in God.

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Who We Help...

Saved Hands Foundation serves people within the metro region recognizing and addressing the suicide epidemic in our region and offering community resources available for prevention.

Our employment services are offered to individuals  of all ages, gender and background who are committed to gaining stable employment.

     Often there are no financial resources to enable individuals to attend a traditional educational institution. These individuals are then forced to accept minimum wage employment which is simply never enough to support themselves or their families.

Addressing Issues of Homelessness, Suicide Awareness/Prevention,

Workforce Development 


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