Circle of Helping Hands Inc. (COHH), a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, tax ID# 04-3821284, a federal program funded by services, grants, donations and contributions. The organization is headquartered and operated by volunteers of the community whose mission is to advocate for Veterans, Women and their Children.
WHO WE ARE:
We provide the blueprints of locating social services to those whom may be eligible for services: healthcare, financial aid, at home programs,start up business, military benefits, and social security. We develop opportunities to those seeking assistance by helping them help themselves within our services model. Every action is aimed to pay it forward and COHH accomplishes this by empowering others through internships, practical knowledge and hands-on experience. We bring hope and assistance to those in need due to an unforeseen hardship.
COHH was founded by Anita Miranda, United States Navy, Ret. in 2005. From a Ward of the Court to a Disabled Navy Veteran, armed with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business and a Master’s degree in Education, she too considers herself fortunate that she encountered women and men who believed in her; would not give up on her and her abilities.
Through Anita Miranda’s development of a non-profit organization, Anita Miranda Photography, Miranda’s KISS, Red Carpet Extravaganza with Media PRO and More (Launch Pad) was born. These businesses are the pillars to help individuals and businesses bring out and capture the glamour and beauty from their own incredible stories. Every effort we put forth is to bring well-deserved attention, support and love through video and media production, photography, event entertainment, fund raising, book publishing, promotions and social media.
What drives Anita and her team is the desire to help others recognize what is brilliant and unique about them. Because Miranda was once that little girl who wanted so much more, Miranda and her team dedicate their lives to helping others with the Circle Of Helping Hands platform.
Together we will take you from ordinary to extraordinary.
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