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We provide positive and productive volunteer opportunities, assisting communities affected by natural disaster. Come help us as we muck, gut, construct, sanitize, demolish and repair homes, schools and hospitals around the world. Not to mention all the other amazing stuff we’ve done – education and training programs, fundraising initiatives, tree planting, well building and more! No previous experience or special skills required, just a willingness to jump in, work hard and help out. Each project is unique and each one is a life-changing opportunity to bring hope to a community in need.

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Dominica Hurricane Recovery

Septemeber 2017 – Present/ Dominica On September 18, 2017, the worst natural disaster in the history of Dominica ravaged this small island nation. With wind gales as strong as 160 mph, Hurricane Maria blasted through the country, damaging 90% of all structures and knocking out all power, water and telecoms.

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Mexico Earthquake Recovery

March 2018 – Present / Mexico On September 7, 2017, one of the most lethal earthquakes in Mexican history, an alarming 8.2 magnitude quake, shuddered near the southern state of Chiapas. Only 12 days later and a few hundred miles away, a 7.1 magnitude quake rocked central Mexico, toppling buildings, breaking gas mains, knocking out…

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British Virgin Islands Hurricane Response

September 2017 – Present / British Virgin Islands Category 5 Hurricanes Irma and Maria bombarded the British Virgin Islands with the strongest winds in recorded history – the power of the wind was so strong that it decimated the beautiful islands causing extensive damage to homes, schools, community facilities, telecommunications and utilities across the islands….

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Puerto Rico Recovery

January 2018 – Present  /  Puerto Rico In the Fall of 2017, Hurricane Maria’s 155 mph ferocious winds plowed through the island of Puerto Rico, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. “It is the worst natural disaster on record in Puerto Rico and nearly three months later, the island still does not have power…

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US Virgin Islands Hurricane Response

September 2017 – Present / Virgin Islands On September 6, Hurricane Irma slammed into the US Virgin Islands as a category 5 hurricane.The islands suffered severe wind and flood damage, reducing many areas to rubble. In light of the almost absolute devastation in the USVI, All Hands Volunteers sent an Immediate Response Team to St….

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Rebuild & Recovery | Houston

Texas Hurricane Recovery

  August 2017 – Present / Houston, Texas Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a category 4 hurricane, bringing unprecedented destruction to Texas. Harvey was named the most powerful hurricane to hit the US since 2005, superseding Hurricane Sandy. The recovery is going to be long and hard; that’s why All Hands Volunteers has committed to…

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Peru Flood Recovery

March 29, 2017 to Present  /  Las Lomas, Peru Widespread flooding and severe rains in Peru began intensifying towards the beginning of February 2017 – this was as a result if The Coastal El Niño Phenomenon. Increased rains lead to landslides, overflowing rivers, flash-floods and mud-flows in 24 of the country’s 25 regions. An estimated 1.2M people…

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Rebuild & Recovery | Nuwakot and Sindhupalchok, Nepal

Nepal Earthquake Recovery

April 2015 – Present / Nepal Earthquake Recovery On April 25, 2015, a 7.8 earthquake hit Nepal near the capital city of Kathmandu, the worst of its kind in more than 80 years. More than 9,000 people were killed, a further 23,000 were injured and the destruction to infrastructure and homes was massive.  Over 5,000 schools…

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