Announcing Project Detroit

This was posted on 08/15/14 No Comments

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. The Michigan State Emergency Operations Center was fully activated in response to the situation and the Governor has issued a […]

Read more

Announcing Project Hawaii

This was posted on 08/12/14 No Comments

About Project Hawaii The Hawaiian Islands have not been hit by a major storm since Hurricane Iniki struck the island of Kaua’i in 1992. That changed in the early hours of Friday, August 8, when Tropical Storm Iselle made landfall in the Puna district of the Big Island, an area approximately 25 minutes south of […]

Read more
Rose, Luciano and their four children

The Philippines: 60 Transitional Shelters In Santo Nino

This was posted on 07/31/14 No Comments

Over the course of two months, All Hands, in partnership with Operation Blessing, built sixty transitional shelters in the Santo Nino barangay, a community thirty minutes north of Tacloban city in the Philippines. Approximately four hundred people whose homes were destroyed by last November’s Typhoon Haiyan will occupy those shelters, leaving behind their refugee tents […]

Read more
IMG_6183 copy

Through The Eyes Of Ryan Coquilla: The Bohol Earthquake

This was posted on 07/22/14 No Comments

Although we wrapped up Project Bohol at the end of June, the communities we served and the work we do will always stay with us. One of the first people we met in Bohol was Ryan Coquilla, a Filipino American who was living with his extended family in one of the barangays of Bohol. Ryan […]

Read more
Bohol Group

Project Bohol: It’s A Wrap!

This was posted on 07/17/14 No Comments

Project Bohol Wrap from All Hands Volunteers on Vimeo. “That is what All Hands Volunteers specializes in. We brought in volunteers who successfully “safed” homes, churches and schools. We also partnered with IOM to distribute Shelter Repair Kits and built a school in the barangay of Viga. The last eight months have been amazing and […]

Read more
PCO team Photo

Project Colorado – Recovery & Rebuild: An Update from PD Mike

This was posted on 07/16/14 1 Comment

Greetings from Project Colorado – Recovery & Rebuild! We have been making great headway in Colorado. We’ve partnered with Habitat for Humanity to help them expand their traditional two-day/weekend work schedule to a full five day work schedule. Thus far, we’ve worked on 11 homes and are very close to finishing 5 homes that are […]

Read more
Tabango Schools

Building Schools In Tabango, Leyte

This was posted on 07/15/14 No Comments

In early November 2013, the Visayan regions in the Philippines were hit by one of the strongest Typhoons ever recorded, Typhoon Haiyan (known locally as Yolanda). After several months of All Hands recovery and rebuild projects in Ormoc, Kananga and Tacloban, we’ve recently launched a satellite project in Tabango, a municipality on the northwest coast […]

Read more
AJ and team

Project Pilger: A Final Nod To AJ Kluthe

This was posted on 07/14/14 No Comments

AJ talking with the team about work for the day. We couldn’t leave Pilger, NE without acknowledging the heroic efforts of AJ Kluthe. AJ is a man who wears many hats for the Village: Rescue Captain of the Pilger paramedics, firefighter, planning commission board member, development committee member, husband and father. He and his family […]

Read more
CS and AHV

AHV & Credit Suisse: Getting Computers To Those Who Need Them Most

This was posted on 06/30/14 No Comments

Project Itawamba, MS, USA – In June All Hands Volunteers, in partner with Credit Suisse, met with the Red Cross of Tupelo, Mississippi to distribute computers donated by Credit Suisse to those affected by the devastating EF4 tornado that struck the town earlier this spring. We met with families who had lost everything due to […]

Read more
PI PM Group

Project Itawamba: The Recap

This was posted on 06/26/14 No Comments

Project Itawamba — The Statistics: Families Assisted: 51 Properties Completed: 84 Volunteers: 328 Volunteer Days: 868 Hours of Donated Labor: 5,588 The All Hands assessment team arrived in Tupelo, Mississippi on April 30, 2014, two days after a tornado outbreak devastated the area. Although the city itself was saturated with volunteer organizations, the neighboring rural communities […]

Read more
Page 1 of 6012345»102030...Last »