In this month of February, Christian HELP enters its
31st year of loving people during some of the most
difficult seasons of their lives.


Who Needs a Coach?
Imagine you are working but don’t earn enough to make ends meet. What do you do? You manage your money, reduce your expenses, and improve your income to stay afloat. What if you don’t know how or have tried and failed? What if you need HELP?

HELP begins with our skilled Coaches, who are expertly trained to equip, empower, and encourage people as they navigate the new world of work, learn to reduce expenses, and implement better money management habits

95% of Christian HELP coaching participants report increased confidence and hope for the future. 97% improved their incomes as a result of working with our Coaches.
Our “history” goes back as far as 2008 when Mayor Demings, then Orange County Sheriff, often attended our CFEC Job Fairs as a recruiter for law enforcement employees. Since becoming Orange County Mayor in 2018, he has remained active with our CFEC job fairs.

Most recently he attended our annual Mayor's Job Fair where he encouraged job seekers and employers alike regarding the community’s need for employees and the opportunities that exist in the Central Florida region.

"I was very proud to host the 22nd Annual Mayor's Job Fair in Orange County. For the past two decades, the Mayor's Job Fair has employed over 20,000 Central Floridians. I believe bringing employers together is important to help our residents get back to work. The Mayor's Job Fair provided an opportunity for over 100 employers to connect with prospective employees to start a job that can lead to a career path & financial well-being." - Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings

Read more about Orange County’s first African-American Police Chief, Sheriff, and Mayor HERE!
Check out this video from
Orange County Florida News on the Mayor's Job Fair
CHRISTIAN HELP FOUNDATION, INC. is a registered charity: 59-3107271. A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the division of consumer services by calling 1800HELPFLA. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recommendation by the state.