How You Help

Donation & Volunteer Info

Love Your Neighbor As Yourself

Donation Center Drop-off Info

Thank you for your interest in helping those in need! Your donations are greatly appreciated and will be put to good use. Here are some of the ways your donations help us serve our community:

  • Donations of clothing and household items help us stock our thrift store, which provides much-needed income to support our programs.
  • Donations of food help us stock our pantry, which provides essential food assistance to those in need.
  • Donations of money help us meet the ever-growing needs of our community.

Thank you again for your generosity! Learn how to donate each of these below!


Monetary donations to Helping Hands can be made by using the form at the bottom of the page or can be mailed to Helping Hands Inc. 2602 SW D St, Bentonville, AR 72712.


Donations of clothing, household items, jewelry, as well as food and other items can be made in person at our store. We are located at 2602 SW D St
Bentonville, AR 72712. Donations can be dropped off between 10am and 5pm Monday through Friday and 10am-4pm on Saturday in the back. You can also assist by sponsoring a food drive in your neighborhood or church. Food is always needed.

We offer a pick-up service for furniture, appliances and other large items. We currently run routes in Bentonville, Bella Vista and Rogers on Tuesday and Thursday, however we are flexible enough to work around your schedule. To schedule a pick-up or for more information on our pick-up policy, please contact us at 479-273-2511.

donation drop off

FURNITURE – We pickup gently used large items using our box truck. Routes are Bella Vista – Tuesday, Bentonville & Centerton – Wednesday, Rogers and surrounding areas – Thursday. We do vendor pickups on Fridays. Call and arrange an appointment.

Donate Your Time - Become a volunteer

What it is to be a Helping Hands Volunteer?

Are you wanting to give your time and heart to a great organization? People volunteer at Helping Hands for a variety of reasons. For the married couple who wants to give their time to a charity, to the widow who lost a spouse and needs to fill a void or make a friend. Making friends and becoming part of a large family is easily done at Helping Hands! You will develop friendships that will last a lifetime and your generous donation of time helps us reduce employee costs thereby allowing for a greater percentage of our proceeds to be put back into the community.

We have more 145 volunteers and we need each and every one of them. While we have a great group of volunteers we are always in need of additional volunteers. Additional volunteers allow us to not only save more money in employee cost, but also allow us to display and sell greater amounts of products through our thrift store.

thrift store volunteer helping a customer

In a nut shell, the more volunteers we have, the more effectively we are able to run our business, which means greater amounts of money available to provide for this community. Helping Hands was founded by volunteers and is still supervised by a volunteer board, which consist of representatives of each of the 23 partner churches.

We are looking for men and women who can help in the furniture department, in receiving, in the book department, on the sales floor, in fabrics and jewelry and at the register; either cashiering or packing purchases. We need volunteers for all areas of the store, and we offer low maintenance jobs for those who can’t stand for long periods of time. If you would like to volunteer, we have something here for you! Just ask our volunteers who have been giving of their time and talents for more than 20 years.

Helping Hands is not just a place to give your time. It’s a family; a group of people with different talents, strengths and reasons for volunteering but we do all share one goal. Our goal is to help make life better for everyone in Benton County who need our help. Helping Hands was founded by volunteers and we would not be the company we are today without them.

volunteers at the checkout
volunteers sorting donations

Bulk Volunteer Programs

Group of volunteers for team building

Corporate & Private Group Volunteering

Many local businesses and corporations will have programs for group volunteering which can earn capital for your favorite local charity. We’ve had group participation from companies such as JB Hunt, Walmart & their vendors, church groups, real estate agents, eagle scouts, and so many more. They’ll do this as team-building exercises and to support local causes.

If you are interested in this, talk to your HR department about starting a program at work, or look into groups that already exist in your area. You can also contact us about setting something up!

Walmart group volunteer program


Walmart Volunteerism Always Pays (VAP)

VAP is a nation-wide Walmart initiative that encourages employees to volunteer in their local communities. By doing so the organizations they volunteer with are eligible to receive grants. They have both Event VAP and Individual VAP, so that even a single person can make a big difference. This is an easy way to both give back and get rewarded!

A Huge Thank You To Walmart For Your Generosity!

We’d like to express our gratitude to Walmart. They have been a critical partner in our fight against hunger and homelessness through our assistance programs. Walmart continues to increase its financial, food, and volunteer support through hundreds of volunteer hours each year. Their contribution continues to make a substantial difference in what we’re capable of doing. Thank you.

Money Donations

You’ll receive a receipt in your email. If you don’t see it, please check your spam folder. Thank you for your contribution.