Helping Angels is a non-profit organization started in 2007 by members of the community who saw a need and decided to do something for individuals, families, veterans and the elderly that have been affected temporarily or permanently by unforeseen circumstances  in Kaufman County. Helping Angels of Kaufman County has experienced continoue growth since its beginning in 2007.

We have a website, regular office hours and opened a thirft store in the fall of 2015 which helps clothe the needy and we even offer school uniforms to childern that are all strictly donated who otherwise do not have the means to purchase. We are helping more clients than ever before financially and with resources that they might not know existed. 

 

Helping Angels helped hundreds of individuals, through the years since beginning their service. During the Holidays we provide over 350-400 Families with Thanksgiving & Christmas dinner. Each year is a new experience and we grow in different ways, but always for the better.


Our goal is not only to help the elderly, disabled and disadvantaged families with urgent needs, but also to educate and connect them with resources they may use to effectively provide for themselves.

We seek to involve the community in all that we do.  We are trying to branch out and broaden our reach.  In order to do so we are asking for your help.  That may be in the form of monetary donations or in kind donations. 

We sincerely appreciate your consideration and look forward to working together with you in the future. 

“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 needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me...”
— Matthew 25:35-36

Helping Angels currently has a thrift store, The Angels Closet,  that also funds individuals or families in need that live in Kaufman County.   This service also provides clothing for back to school and everyday needs. 

 

Services Provided by the Helping Angels Fund

  • Emergency Financial Aid
  • Medications
  • Non Perishable Food Pantry
  • Clothing (Provided by Angels Closet)
  • Utility Bill Assistance
  • Adopt-A-Block (Food Distribution at Kaufman First Assembly of God)
  • Temporary Emergency Shelter

The Kaufman County Criminal District Attorney’s Victim Room has been in need of an update for many years. The witnesses, particularly the children, utilize the space when they are awaiting trials. It is important to the lives of the victims in our county to feel comfortable and safe during this process. Because of recent budget constraints, we have been unable to do the update ourselves, but thanks to Helping Angels the project is underway.
— 2013-Erleigh Norville Wiley, Kaufman County Criminal District Attorney