by Michael Mattison
After finding herself in need of some help, Laura Pulley decided to return the favor and create something to help others.
“In 2017, I was a mom of three, pregnant and living on my mom’s couch,” she said. “I didn’t really have much for my baby.” She had a lot of people help her out. “That made me want to create something where people could ask for basic necessities.”
She started Helping Hearts in 2018 in hopes to help families with basic needs. It has since grown to holiday programs at Easter and Christmas as well as a school supply program.
For the complete story, check out the December 23 issue of the Winthrop News.