Providing a Lifeline
Stabilizing basic needs is the first and most important step in changing lives.
We Need Your Help To Continue Doing Direct Outreach! Throughout COVID, winter weather, extreme heat, and more JHH has sent teams of outreach workers to engage in direct outreach and serve the homeless and marginalized of our City. Take three minutes, watch this video, and discover how you can get involved and help Jewels Helping Hands to continue engaging in direct outreach. Our homeless friends need you, and so do we.
Who We Are
The Least of These is a one-hour documentary that tells the story of how City Church of Spokane partnered with Jewels Helping Hands to serve the homeless by hosting a temporary homeless warming shelter in their annex building. Their story offers an example of how churches can get practically involved fulfilling Jesus’ commands in Matthew 25:31-46 to serve “the least of these.”
supporting people where it matters
Providing support, hope, and inspiration to end the cycle of homelessness.
Regular Outreach To the Unsheltered Homeless
Jewels Outreach Supervisor Ken Crary (left) visiting with a resident of a local homeless camp.
Jewels Helping Hands conducts daily outreach to the unsheltered homeless to take food, supplies and basic needs to where people need it. Through this outreach, we also coordinate referrals and support to successfully access other community resources, treatment programs, health services, shelters, and housing. Below is a short documentary video of our outreach teams taking a street medical team to visit local homeless camps.