Helping brain cancer fighters focus on their fight rather than the funds

Volunteer

  • Thank you for your interest in supporting the Harley Helping Hands (HHH) Foundation. Building a network of volunteers who are willing and able to donate their time and/or expertise is critical to the growth of the foundation. From event planning and public relations to simply being an advocate and sharing with your network, your help will directly support brain cancer fighters and their families.

    HHH is 100% run by volunteers to ensure all money raised can directly impact the lives of adults fighting brain cancer. We are so proud of the support we are able to provide and look forward to the continued growth of the organization. Through your help, we can provide even more assistance to the main deserving receipients.
  • Join the Advisory Board

    Members of our Advisory Board have specific functional expertise and donate their skills to the overall operating of the foundation. Donate your own professional skill sets that can benefit our foundation (i.e. public relations, journalist/copywriter, creative designer, etc).

  • Join the Auxiliary Board

    Members of our Auxiliary Board plan and execute various fundraising events, provide input to the long-term strategic vision, and build a network or sponsors and supporters. They attend bi-monthly board meetings and help drive the growth of the foundation.

  • Share Your Network

    Leverage your own professional & personal network to connect the foundation with corporate sponsorships and/or partnership opportunities and potential fundraising opportunities.

    If any of the above volunteer opportunities are of interest to you please email us at info@harleyhelpinghands.org, specifying how you would like to volunteer and provide your contact information, including:

    • Name
    • Email Address
    • Phone Number

Testimonials

Since it's founding in 2009, Harley Helping Hands has provided over $400,000 in financial support to adults battling brain cancer.
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