Today through May 9, our founder, David Campbell, and the Ansara Family Fund will be matching 100% of ALL DONATIONS to Ecuador up to $50,000! So for every $1 you donate, $2 will go to help someone who has lived through a major disaster. Don’t miss this chance to double your impact!
All Hands Volunteers is marking their first year in Nepal and celebrating 359 sites cleared of rubble, 100 homes built, over 20,971 days donated by our volunteers and five schools in construction with some storytelling. Watch our new videos where those we’ve impacted tell their stories.
All Hands Volunteers is on the ground in Ecuador and has officially launched our Ecuador Earthquake Response following the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that occurred on Saturday April 16. Please donate now or let us know if you are interested in volunteering!
Our growing team has set up shop in Bogalusa. As mold rapidly spreads, quality control and sanitation services are being provided by our volunteers every day. As the only large organization that has arrived to assist homeowners in southern LA, we receive desperate pleas for help from flood victims every day and need more volunteers to help them.
Our team has returned to finish the job we started last October and is doing so with gusto in partnership with Habitat for Humanity in Georgetown County. Our aim? To seek out and help those in greatest need including the elderly, disabled, low income, single-parent families, and families with young children. Our goal? To help until our help is no longer needed.
In the wake of the widespread flooding brought on by Cyclone Zena which happened on the heels of Cyclone Winston, Fiji has met with serious devastation. All Hands Volunteers is addressing one of the most immediate needs–sanitation/waste disposal–by building safe and sanitary latrines and plumbing systems.