About the Founder
Morgan McKeever is just 6 years old but has spent more time volunteer then most people triple her age. Morgan started volunteering at age 3 as a Salvation Army Red Kettle Bell ringer, after seeing a volunteer during the early holiday season. She stood outside and rang for 4 hours in very cold weather, understanding that her ringing would help supply others with the holidays they deserved. Morgan has gone on to help out at the Ronald McDonald House of Southern NJ, Feed My Starving Children, Local Food Pantries, AWA Animal Shelter, The Animal Orphanage, and has assisted at local events to bring awareness to different causes.
Morgan currently holds the titles of Tiny Miss New Jersey and Little Miss Magnolia. But she doesn't see the crown as a form of outside beauty, instead she uses it to show off the beauty inside her heart. She has done speaking engagements about the importance of volunteer work and also was awarded the Community Spirit Award 2017 at Freedom Fest. Morgan uses her time at events to bring awareness to what's important in this world- helping others.
Morgan created the idea of Little Hands of Help on her own; setting the goal getting 175 kids involved with local community service and volunteer opportunities. She wants to prove to the world that no hand is too little to help fill a need!
Morgan would love if you would join her on this journey and help her meet her goal! We are proud to announce that we have partnered with generationOn to help cover all of our volunteer needs and support the community!
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Volunteers of the Month
Teen Miss New Jersey Paige A.
Paige is an outstanding young lady, who previously held the title of Miss Magnolia 2016 and currently is Teen Miss New Jersey. Paige has really expanded her volunteer work over the last year to include holding a food drive for the local food pantries, spending time volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House, participating in the Feed My Starving Children event, and collecting over 100 pairs of shoes for the Animal Orphanage. She continues to inspire others with her work and role models the importance of giving. Thanks for all of your hard work Paige!
Little Hands of Help engages kids in meaningful volunteer activities and hosts Great Giving Gatherings to complete projects that will help better our community . These opportunities allow children to recognize the positive feelings of helping others, builds confidence, and provides the ground work for a lifetime of giving. No hands are too little, No time is too little, and No hearts are too little to make a BIG difference in the world!