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Besides, District Naib Nazim, Syed Qasim Ali Shah, Director Coordination, Sahibzada Mohammad Tariq, Director Helping Hand, Shakeel Ahmad, District Health Officer (DHO), Dr.
The result of a partnership between College of DuPage, Helping Hand Center and the LaGrange Business Association, the donated gingerbread houses will be used to decorate 11 Helping Hand Center group homes throughout the Chicago area.
We are very grateful for the continued support and generosity of Stoneleigh Park," said Ian Johanssen of Helping Hands.
New Delhi [India], Nov 20 ( ANI ): External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has once again extended her helping hand and asked Indian High Commission in Islamabad to grant medical visa to three Pakistani nationals.
He said that youngster are the future hope of Pakistan whose passion and devotion to serve the country as well as mankind is marvelous and it is imperative that they could be given a helping hand to prove their capabilities and talents.
Clr Burke said: "It was really good of the church members to volunteer to help clear the path as part of their Helping Hands day.
THE Liverpool office of accountancy firm BDO gave a helping hand to Cavendish High Academy, in Runcorn, by redecorating classrooms and improving the school's outdoor area for openair learning.
TEAM members at the Wilko store on Colchester Avenue, Cardiff, are offering a helping hand to community groups and charities in the area who need extra support in 2014.
Giving advice and lending a helping hand to a fellow mum is one of those things that you don't have to think twice about.
Being a member of the DAVA gives us the opportunity to lend a helping hand.
Satish Kumar Kannan, Business Head, AP Circle, Uninor, said, "Children are the future of the nation and we are glad to be able to help nurture them through our Helping Hand program.

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