Looking to lend a helping hand? There are plenty of opportunities to give


Doing her part: Salvation Army bell ringer Frances Hawk does her best to attract attention to her donation kettle. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)

HANCOCK COUNTY — As always, the Christmas holidays will be filled with numerous avenues through which to help the needy in Hancock County: bell ringers, toy collections, donation boxes, food drives and more. Figuring out where and how to give can be tricky.

From donating a tube of lip balm for Mental Health America’s Gift Lift to adopting an entire family through United Christmas Service, there are opportunities to get involved for just about every budget.

Here is a helpful roundup of the county’s largest assistance programs:

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