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Project Leyte: Fun Run

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Ariel Leyte

Project Leyte: Looking Back

When I was on project we spent a lot of time working in the coastal barangays of downtown Tacloban deconstructing destroyed homes and debris. Eventually, the locals began to recognize the bands of roving AHV volunteers in mismatched socks and banda... Read more.
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All Hands Partnerships: ToolBank Disaster Services

We'd like to take a few minutes to salute our partner, ToolBank USA/ToolBank Disaster Services. All Hands' first introduction to ToolBank was during our spring tornado response in Mayflower, Arkansas. ToolBank was coordinating with one of our other p... Read more.
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Project Pilger: The Recap

On June 16th, rare sister tornadoes ripped though Pilger, Nebraska destroying 80% of the village and injuring many. Within 24 hours the All Hands team was on the ground, assessing how best to help the affected community. Within 48 hours we had a sma... Read more.
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Meet the Hargroves: Project Detroit

The AHV team with Lynn, Mark and Wyatt Hargrove When Lynn Hargrove heard on the news that Detroit was flooding, she ran to check her basement to see if there was any damage. What she found was that over a foot and a half of water had rushed in, ruinin... Read more.
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Job Opening: Site Supervisor, Project Colorado Rebuild

Recovery and Rebuild Site Supervisor Job starts immediately and ends Oct. 31, 2014 A versatile position for a Site Supervisor within a dynamic, hard working, international non-profit organization that provides relief to survivors of natural disaste... Read more.
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Project Hawaii: It’s A Wrap!

Jenny, her husband Alex, and their four children hunkered down and waited for Tropical Storm Iselle to pass. During the worst of it, Jenny and Alex made a fort from the dining room table and ushered the children underneath, trying to keep them both... Read more.
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Project Colorado: One Year After The Floods

In mid-September of last year, heavy rains pummeled Colorado’s Front Range for almost a week, falling especially hard in the area ranging from Boulder to Greeley. The result: catastrophic flooding across 200 miles, the worst of which occurred on... Read more.
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Meet The Flinders: Project Detroit

No one ever imagines having 18 inches of standing water in their basement. For the Flinders, with six children - five of whom have special needs - and a husband on disability, a flooded basement quickly became an insurmountable nightmare. “We ... Read more.
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Project Leyte: Tacloban Fun Run!

On Sunday August 31st, 41 All Hands volunteers will be running a combined 340km as part of the City of Tacloban’s Fun Run. The money they raise from the event will go toward Project Leyte’s 1.1 Million Campaign, which aims to raise 1.1M Philippine ... Read more.
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Meet Linda And Randy: Project Detroit

Linda and Randy could hear the water coming up in their basement. What they assumed was a backlogged sump pump turned into a nightmare when 4 feet of sewer water rushed into their home. As the water started rising, Linda, Randy and some of the... Read more.
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Project Detroit Needs Your Help!

Beginning in the afternoon of August 11, 2014, a large storm system moved across parts of southeastern Michigan. The system produced record one-day rainfall totals, flooded basements across the greater Detroit area, and closed major expressways.... Read more.
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Meet Ms. Jackie: Project Detroit

Project Detroit Needs You! Ms. Jackie has lived in the same Detroit house for the last 42 years. Her two foster daughters joined her a few months ago.  They call her their “GiGi”. The night the flooding happened the water rose to almost two ... Read more.

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