Hand Up Heroes

Hand Up LLC wants to hear all the amazing stories of the helpers and do gooders impacting the world around them, making it better than how they found it. You can help us achieve this mission, by nominating someone in your life that has given you, someone you know, or your communiy a Hand Up. Once nominated they become eligble to become a Hand Up Hero, win an inspiring canvas print, and have their amazing story featured throughout the Hand Up network; our way of saying thank you for making this world a better place. There is no charge. There is no gimick. Our only objective is bring more light and love to this world.


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Hand Up Hero #1 - Amber Armistead
Hand Up Hero #1 - Amber Armistead

"He went to bed with a milk sippie cup after eating a spaghetti dinner and having a bath. My last memory of him was of me tucking him into bed with a kiss and an “I love you, little man.” Then I turned for the door, turned off the overhead light to leave his crib bathed in the light from his nightlight. He had his paci in his left hand, his milk cuppie at his mouth held by his chubby right hand, his blanket over his waist and a contented smile on his face. His blonde hair shown like a halo in the nightlight glow."

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200 Wheelchairs Delivered
200 Wheelchairs Delivered

"This experience has taught me so many lessons about life and work, but the biggest is how resilient the human spirit is and what can be accomplished when working in unison for the betterment of others."

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A Love That Refused to Quit
A Love That Refused to Quit

"I always get the people who you don’t want to sit next too.  You know the type, the ones with bad hygiene and who don’t have a concept of personal space."

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How Little We Share...
How Little We Share...

"...I remembered I needed to pick up the clothes I left at the tailor in March. After picking them up, I headed home and I was excited to try them on, but when I put on the first pair of dress pants and buttoned them; they fell straight to my ankles highlighting how much weight and inches I have lost since March."

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A Bucket Filled!
A Bucket Filled!

"Sitting in 22c, flying at 35,000ft, I wrestled with my bag desperately trying to find both my Advil and Imodium A-D. It was time for the next dose of both medicines crucial to fighting off the 103 degree fever, diarrhea, and nausea I’d had for the past three days."

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