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Operation HELP

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Non-Profit/Organization

About Us

The mission of Operation HELP is to “provide residents of St. Croix County with financial assistance, a place for support, and connections to resources to alleviate short-term economic crises.” The purpose of these services is to help families and individuals remain in their homes and employed. Stable housing and employment empower individuals to be financially self-sufficient and prevent further dependence on social systems.

Operation HELP’s programs and activities currently include:
1. Emergency financial assistance—Payments to help with rent, utilities and car repairs.
2. Resource Center--Clients are provided with basic necessities (undergarments, food, diapers) and vouchers
for gas, food, clothing and laundry access.
3. Diaper Bank
4. Referrals--Clients in need of additional assistance are referred to partner agencies throughout the county.
5. Christmas Campaign for Kids--Helps struggling families by providing gifts, grocery gift cards, and
household staples during the holidays.

Jobs

Volunteer
Category: Non-Profit and Social Services
Operation HELP Mission: To provide residents of St. Croix County with financial assistance, a place for support, and connections to resources to alleviate short-term economic crises.  Operation HELP (OH) began in 2002 as a nonprofit organization serving St. Croix County, Wisconsin residents with basic needs, and we are seeking volunteers. You will be an active and engaged advocate for OH, serving ...read more
Contact:
Phone:(715) 386-1300

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