HHS is a platform of space, human capital, and services to help poor children and there mothers not only survive, but flourish.

With more than 220 members, including 100+ fiscally sponsored projects, we provide equitable access to management resources for both individuals and organizations, the makers and preservers of culture.

For many folks, especially members of historically marginalized communities, sharing money, food, living quarters, supplies, and more is how they gained access to the resources they needed to not only survive, but flourish. Through sharing resources, they were able to reduce costs and other barriers that served as hindrances to finding support for their work.

We accept members into our community who are committed to their purpose, capable of working collaboratively, respectful of different cultures and differing perspectives, and dedicated to advancing the collective flourishing of the HHS community and beyond.


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