help with

help someone or something with someone or something

to give aid to someone or something in dealing with someone or something. Please help your father with your little sister. I helped the committee with the problem.
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So he sent messages to the other animals, like the lions and the leopards and the antelopes, to come and help with the nursing.
The String Cheese Incident has a special name for its eco-social initiatives: "Gouda Causes" Activist fans who help with the causes, which include helping the homeless and buying supplies and musical instruments for children in poor school districts, are known as "Friends of Cheese."
My ability to help with city development took a decided turn for the better with a recent change in city administration.
Assemble a team that will help with survey administration or focus group and interview arrangements.
[6] Tips to Help with an Eligibility (El) Check, National Community Pharmacists Association, http://www.pharmacistelink.com/Medicarerx/RxBytes/20060112rxbytes.asp
While the Bureau is helping with immediate needs through its ongoing relationship with Second Harvest, Operation Southern Comfort is designed to help with other long term needs.
Through the Employment Planning and Preparation (EPP) service, people can receive job search and interview counseling and help with writing resumes.
But many Hispanic students are "college maybes." They appear academically ready for college work but face obstacles, such as a lack of help with college applications, lack of knowledge about the process, and lack of financial resources.
"We are pleased to announce this timely initiative to extend our work beyond bricks and mortar to contribute to the development of supportive housing for those who may need help with life's challenges in New York and nationwide."
A fashion magazine's internal tech support was spending $150 to $200 per incident for help with a legacy Mac program when they could have been paying much less.
The tutors would still help with writing papers; that didn't change.
Volunteers--they answer phones, help with activities, visit residents, and generally brighten the day in any long-term care setting.
Investigators also can train targets and victims of hate/bias crimes as responsive and preventive advocates; engage members of local community organizations to help with the response, investigation, and prevention of hate/bias crimes; and help coordinate critical support services for primary and secondary victims.
"Taking melatonin is not going to help with the garden variety of sleep problems most people face," says Andrew Monjan, Chief of Neurobiology of Aging at the National Institute on Aging in Bethesda, Maryland.