About Project Helping
WHAT WE DO
Project Helping organizes volunteer events specifically designed to make an impact — both on you and your community. Through the act of volunteering, participants actively invest in their communities while also reaping the benefits of increased mental wellness. We create and practice kindfulness!
WHY WE DO IT
Helping others, making an impact and being a part of a community are foundational elements to who we are and what drives happiness. When we lose any of these foundation elements, our mental wellness suffers. We provide an engaging and impactful way to build or rebuild these foundational elements and improve mental wellness.
HOW WE DO IT
First, we carefully select partner organizations that allow us to provide impactful, social and easy to join volunteer events. Next, we provide these events at different times and locations for a variety of meaningful causes. Finally, you get involved, making a lasting impact on your community and your own mental wellness. Find a project that fits you, and sign up today!
WHO WE ARE
- Media Appearances
Denver 7 News
Denver 7 News Story
Can Volunteerism Help Depression?
An Interview with Project Helping
American Association of Suicidology
A Journey of Lived Experience; Recovery through Volunteering
94.1 Mile High Sports Radio
Project Helping Radio Interview
Be On Air Colorado
Project Helping Radio Appearance
Project Helping receives eTown Radio's eChievement Award
How a mission to serve community also serves the spirit
Nonprofit volunteer group in Aurora combats depression through giving back
"How a Lifetime of Depression Inspired One Man to Give Back", by Scott Rodd
KOA News Radio Interview with Project Helping Founder, Justin Kruger
An interview with Project Helping Founder, Justin Kruger
Check out an interview with Project Helping Founder, Justin Kruger.
Denver 7 News and the Denver Channel did a story about Project Helping and our impact.
Be On Air Colorado hosted Project Helping for their weekly radio show.
Project Helping Founder Justin Kruger was a guest on "The Big Show" radio show on 94.1 in Denver.
Project Helping was featured in the Mental Health Weekly Publication.
Our friends at GoodTherapy.org wrote this great blog post about Project Helping
Our Founder, Justin Kruger, was published in the Elephant Journal.
Who’s Behind the Scenes?
When you offer service to another, you lighten their load while at the same time lifting your own spirit.
– Justin Kruger
It is better to light a candle than curse the darkness.
– Eleanor Roosevelt
Get at me.
– Chad Robertson
The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in service to others.
– Mahatma Gandhi