The following statement has been taken from the same source:
'We are waiting to help you building your strong future.'
As far as I know the following structures exist in the grammar world:
a) to help do smth;
b) to help to do smth.;
c) to help smb. do smth.;
d) to help smb. to do smth.
I have another question:
''to help smb.doing smth." - is it informal structure?