BHH COVID-19 Updates

CDC recommends that people wear masks in public settings, like on public and mass transportation, at events and gatherings, and anywhere they will be around other people.

Mask Tips

At Boca Helping Hands, we require all staff, volunteers, and clients to wear masks and abide by social distancing guidelines in compliance with the recommendations set forth by the CDC. Additionally, we have enhanced our cleaning protocols and undergo regular temperature checks. 

Hot Meal Program

Hot meals will be distributed Monday through Saturday from 11:00am to 12:30pm in our drive-thru at our main facility. Thursday night dinners have been suspended until further notice. Click here for more information. 

Pantry Bag Program

Our Pantry Bag Program is open to qualifying Palm Beach County residents. Pantry bags are distributed in a drive-thru at our four locations. For more information or to enroll, please visit one of our Pantry Bag distribution locations. Click here for hours and locations. 

Homebound Meal Program

For registration requirements and more information click here

We serve six nutritious lunches and distribute over 6,000 pantry bags a month - and we need your help! Please consider donating or holding a food drive for Boca Helping Hands.

Click here for more information on our COVID-19 specific food drive list. 

If you have food donations, you can drop them off Monday-Friday anytime between 8:30am and 3:30pm and on Saturday between 9am and 12pm at our main facility in East Boca Raton (1500 NW 1st Court, Boca Raton, 33432). 

Due to COVID-19 we have transitioned our job training, job mentoring and ESOL program to a virtual setting. 

For more information on job training programs and requirements click here

For more information on job mentoring click here

For more information on ESOL programs click here

Boca Helping Hands provides limited, financial assistance to qualifying Boca Raton residents in crisis. At this time, there are no appointments or in person meetings due to COVID-19.  We will, however, be facilitating screenings for financial emergencies and the Children’s Assistance Program (CAP) once required documentation has been delivered via email communication. Please click here for more information, requirements, and how to apply. 

Due to COVID-19 operations, not all of our typical volunteer opportunities are available. Please contact our Volunteer Program Manager Denise Furr for more information or click here

We ask that you refrain from volunteering if you are exhibiting any COVID-19, cold or flu symptoms or have traveled to any infected hotspots in the last few weeks.  

At this time we are not conducting group orientation sessions due to COVID-19 restrictions for social distancing. In lieu of orientation, please view the orientation videos.