Exceeded 2,000 youth volunteers at Little Helping Hands Family Service activities.
Achieved over 60 nonprofit partnerships, allowing our volunteer families to consistently serve the environment, animals, seniors, and individuals and families in need.
Little Helping Hands office and activity headquarters was opened, moving our staff of 6 into our first office space.
Family volunteers contributed nearly 10,000 volunteer hours to the Central Texas community within the year.
The Youth Leadership Program was launched, training 10 teens to be Activity Leads for our Family Volunteering Program.
Began offering Service Learning opportunities to 3rd-5th grade students, pairing education with community service to expand their knowledge of the community and inspire self-motivated engagement.
Little Helping Hands renamed to Generation SERVE to better represent the full spectrum of ages served (3-17) and programs offered by our organization, as well as our vision - Generations of children developing into community-minded leaders.
Amy Loar is hired as Generation SERVE's Executive Director to lead the organization's next stage of growth and impact on our 100+ nonprofit partners and thousands of volunteer families.