About us

Helping Hands Graphic Art & Promotion Company, LLC is a start-up, home-based business that was formed in the State of New York, County of Albany in 2018.  The theme of the Company, “Reaching up to help the least of these:  A Business with Heart,” represents its foundation and is included in all transactions and activities.  The owner of Helping Hands Graphic Art & Promotion Company has years of experience working in distressed communities. She initiated a blankets and socks program for the homeless in 2015 to support the work of the Homeless Action Committee Van (HACV). From June 2018 to present, the owner has personally donated nearly 3000 sandwiches, snacks, and bottles of water to support HACV each Monday of each month.  The owner of Helping Hands Graphic Art & Promotion Company plans to expand her support for the homeless and begin to support organizations working to curb violence in distressed communities. She plans to do this by donating a percentage of sales from various products sold on this Website to a not-for profit organization serving the homeless and to one working to curb violence in distressed communities.

Help Us – Help them live richer lives.

Mission Statement

To inspire others by fulfilling God’s Word in Matthew 25 v 35 – 36: “For I was hungry, and you gave me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave me something to drink; I was a stranger and you invited me in; I was naked, and you clothed me; I was sick, and you visited me; I was in prison, and you came to me”.

Purpose

Helping Hands Graphic Art and Promotion Company, LLC will design, create and distribute custom-made, theme-based T-shirts, other apparels and souvenirs to assist two marginalized populations with living richer lives:  The homeless population and ex-offenders

The Products

A variety of products will be sold by Helping Hands Graphic Art and Promotion Company, LLC.  The premiere shirts include:  An Inspirational Shirt entitled, “God Won.”  A shirt that drives home the consequences of violating the law: “Life’s Too Short; It’s Not Worth It.”