April Davis - Director
"I love the journey with our clients!

I love seeing them accomplish a dream, reach a goal, land that job, or achieve something they thought was impossible. Most of my adult life was spent working for different media outlets. I started out with non profit work as a board member, but soon realized I wanted to do more. When you choose a career you love, you'll never work a day in your life. That's never been more true for me!"

Foundation History

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

David Theel - President

"My life objective is to be open, honest, imaginative, and deliberately optimistic!"

mission & vision

It's never too late to start fresh.
You can do it, We can help!

our leadership team

Courtney Marrs - Treasurer
I am thankful for what High Plains Helping Hand does in the community and wanted to be a part of that to give back to those who may just need a bit of help overcoming obstacles. This organization is a chance to see people take that bit of help and become a successful part of our society.


Education is the most powerful weapon

which you can use to change the world.

-Nelson Mandela

1984 - Who founded HPHH?

2001 - Angel donation from GlobalCom funds outreach for west Africa division.

2016 - High Plains Helping Hand transitions into an education and career based non-profit to benefit the needs in the community.

2017 : We began a Dinner and Donation fundraiser. We partnered with Pizza Hut and received 10% of every order that mentioned HPHH. We also had volunteers from Borger High School that participated in "Pie a Teacher in the Face". Students paid $5 a plate to throw whip cream pies at any teacher they chose. Several students participated and it was a great night of fun and pizza! We hope to do it again in 2019.

2018 - HPHH assisted many of the students that were in the first EMT-B class offered by Stinnett EMS. The class started in January of 2018 and ended in May 2018. Four of our clients are now certified EMTs and two of them have been hired as full time employees at Stinnett EMS!

HPHH is very proud of our clients that have begun their journey of getting a GED. Many have already completed this journey and several more have just started. We are always excited and celebrate with our clients that finish all four portions of the GED test! We want to thank Frank Phillips College for the fantastic partnership we have with them!
We also have clients that have completed courses such as cosmetology, welding, and nursing. These clients are now working in Hutchinson County earning a sustainable income.

Don't Limit Yourself. Many people limit themselves to what they think they can do. You can go as far as your mind lets you.

What you believe, you can achieve.

- Mary Kay Ash

Valuable Members of HPHH -

Lisa Duncan

Aleyene Watkins
Carolyn Miller

Alvin Ferguson
Jacqualine Wilkinson