Since the earthquake, we’ve cleared 583 homes of rubble and debris, and we’ve rebuilt 100 houses, 26 temporary learning centers and five permanent schools (two still in progress) so thousands of children can have a safe place to live and learn. Our community of lifechangers is also working with partners to broaden our impact on those kids by developing a better school curriculum and providing solar lights so they can do their homework at night.
One of the worst floods in recent history hit Louisiana this year, damaging 60,000 homes and leaving 8,000 people homeless. Since August, All Hands Volunteers has gutted out and removed debris from 130 homes. Because #EveryChild deserves a home.
Since the earthquake in April, we’ve impacted hundreds of children in Ecuador by demolishing and clearing debris, building 20 temporary shelters, and constructing 30 permanent homes and a community center. With the holidays upon all of us, we’ve given these children and their families a place to call home.