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taking matters in my hands

The Helping Hands


An individual helping an animal in danger

An individual removing non biodegradable wastes inappropriately disposed 


An individual providing support to a person in need

"Seen something....; do something!"

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“Think of all the times we brought and put our hands together; mission was accomplished!”

How Helping Hands Work

The world around you is always speaking, telling you something. All you need to do is ACT. 

Look . Listen . Learn . Act 

The process of providing needed help involves three fundamental steps.

Step I

 Through Discovery or Learning

"Discovery" is when an individual physically comes in direct contact with anything that negatively impacts a person, an animal, or the environment. This is when that individual is faced with two choices - to respond or to ignore.  "Learning" is when the information of a problem becomes known after it's shared between two or more people. Most problems affecting the world around us become known through learning. 

Step II

Response

Direct

When an individual or group makes immediate response by providing a helping hand to the impacted life (human, animal, environment). 


1. Single Impact: One time immediate helping hands to help solve the problem that involves physical contact.

2. Multiple and/or Recurrent Impacts: More than one time support for the needy category that involves physical contact.



Indirect

When an individual or group responds to a problem based on the information shared. An individual or group may act by providing helping hands in the form of resources such as fundings to solve the problem locally or in a different location.


1. Single Impact: One time support for the needy category without direct or physical contact.

2. Multiple/Recurrent Impacts: More than one time support for the needy category without physical or direct contact.

Step III

Helping Hands Plan

When an individual or a group dedicates resources to help solve, manage, or eradicate a problem, it's referred to as TMIMH Plan or The Helping Hands Plan. This includes organizing resources to support the efforts. An individual may mobilize resources to help solve a problem by starting a program or project. A group of people may also consolidate their resources to provide the helping hands needed. 

Examples:

- An individual or group starting a program/project to respond to problems affecting orphans, the homeless, the disabled, the elderly, etc.

- An individual or group starting a program/project to rescue abuse animals, endangered species, stop poaching, etc.

- An individual or group starting a program/project to plant trees, clean polluted rivers, beaches, lakes, oceans, reduce air pollution, etc.