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A record number of friends and supporters attended the 10th Annual Legacy Breakfast in Louisville, Tuesday, November 12. The program included testimonials from Rebecca, from Eastern Kentucky, who told everyone how home renovations by immersion trip volunteers have improved her daughter’s health. Indira told her story …
Planning began in April for a unique version of a Hand in Hand immersion trip to Nicaragua. The dream was to bring theater to a part of the world that does not have the resources to include the arts in its educational system. Little …
Thanks to all of the generous supporters of Hand in Hand, we finished second and ahead of 376 other non-profits participating in Kentucky Gives Day. Our goal was $25,000 and with donations, matching gifts and additional prize money from the event sponsors and the Razoo …
Rachel Reynolds continues the story of her remarkable trip to Nicaragua.
Recent Nicaragua volunteer recounts her experience there working and volunteering.
Nicaragua Post Excerpt: In order to make our projects working with preschool and school are children a reality, our group needs much help. Won’t you please join us?
Rachel Elizabeth Reynolds’ journal of her recent trip to Nicaragua.
The story of the pink house & In the blink of an eye………
As we write this, there is a group building a home in Belize. The group that is there is part of our “open” group, meaning anyone can participate. The group includes Kevin Greenwood, who is new to our staff but is deeply familiar with our organization, as he’s been a long-time volunteer.
It is truly heartlifting to see someone so young – an elementary school student – doing something that really will make a difference in the world. Savannah Smith, a student at Stopher Elementary School in Louisville, collected coats for our ministry in Auxier, Ky. She …