The Betty Proctor Fund (BPF) provides one-time assistance for individuals or families who have a need that threatens their self-sufficiency and can not be met through their own resources. Assistance includes, but is not limited to: medical, dental, education, transportation, water, rent and utility. Please see this overview for eligibility details.
To receive assistance from BPF, a client must first find a referring case worker, government agency, non profit agency or church to submit an application on their behalf. The Betty Proctor Fund Navigator at the Action Center will directly coordinate with a client’s case worker. Clients will not be contacted personally by the Action Center. Please allow up to three weeks for applications to be processed.
Here is a list of possible agencies that can assist clients with the application process:
On July 1, 2011, The Action Center launched the Betty Proctor Fund, formerly known as Helping Hearts and Hands, as a new program. With this fund, the Action Center will continue Betty Proctor’s legacy of more than three decades dedicated to helping those in need from falling through the cracks. To support the Betty Proctor Fund, click here.