Hands Helping Hands, Inc. Accepts Applications for Funding Requests

Oakland non-profits serving under-resourced communities with a 501(c)3 status can apply for H3 Grants and be awarded up to $15,000.  This H3 Grant funding assists community organizations who are in need of support to improve and sustain operations.

In 2015, over $600,000 was awarded to non-profit organizations. This year, we are happy that we can continue this work employing a tiered funding platform designed to streamline the process and produce more impactful results.

» Find the H3 Grant Program Guidelines and Frequently Asked Questions here.

Hands Helping Hands, Inc. 2015 Grant recipient list

Hands helping Hands is committed to assisting organizations who are working to enhance their communities and help people live more productive and fulfilled lives.

Last year, financial support was awarded to 41 conscientious Bay Area organizations whose grassroots work and compelling programs demonstrate Oakland’s pivotal social impact.

The following is their 2015 grantee list of organizations whose similarly aligned objective is to improve, enrich and empower Oakland’s under-served communities.


A Safe Place


Because Black Is Still Beautiful

Beebe Memorial

Castlemont High School

Community Giving Foundation

Community Works

Dignity Housing West, Inc.

Each One Teach One

Friendship Christian Center

Hands Helping Hands

Healthy Communities

Korea Town Oakland

Lend A Hand Foundation

Literacy Lab

Magnolia Women’s Recovery

Mayor’s Toy Drive

Men of Valor


Oakland Alliance of Community Partners

Oakland Dynamites

Oakland Natives Give Back

Oakland PAL Basketball

Oakland Parents Together

Oakland Jr, Raiders Football/BASIC

Occur – BEEBE

OK Program of Oakland

Powerful Women of The Bay

Smart Students

Spurred UP

St Johns Boys

Successfully Raising Young Black Men

The Mentoring Project


Time List Group

Trinity AME

United Seniors of Oakland

Village Connect

100 Black Men

World Impact