All Hands Hagupit Response – Samar Satellite

This was posted on 12/17/14 No Comments

All Hands Volunteers is happy to announce that today is the first day of our Samar Satellite project in response to Typhoon Hagupit in the Philippines.     All Hands have committed a team of volunteers with the assistance of two staff members to help the western coast village of Calampong, in the municipality of Pinabacdao, […]

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All Hands Volunteers Typhoon Hagupit Response

This was posted on 12/12/14 No Comments

The All Hands Journey of Typhoon Hagupit In Tacloban City it felt like a familiar scenario. Typhoon Hagupit struck just 13 months after Super Typhoon Haiyan had devastated the area and left thousands dead and homeless. On this occasion the impact was significantly less, with the typhoon downgraded to a category two storm by the time […]

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Typhoon Hagupit Response

This was posted on 12/08/14 No Comments

On Saturday December 6th, Typhoon Hagupit, known locally as Ruby, made landfall on the eastern coast of the Samar province with maximum sustained winds of 175kph and gusts of up to 210kph. Benefitting from already being on the ground on the island of Leyte, our DARTs (Disaster Response Assessment Team) moved quickly to station themselves […]

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Update: Tracking Typhoon Hagupit

This was posted on 12/06/14 No Comments

Our All Hands’ teams on the ground in Tacloban, Cebu and Manila who continue to monitor the impact of Typhoon #Hagupit. Once it is safe for them to get out into affected communities we will be looking for productive ways for volunteers to assist with the response. Interested in hearing more on our Typhoon Hagupit efforts? […]

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Super Typhoon Hagupit Headed Towards The Philippines

This was posted on 12/04/14 No Comments

Photo courtesy of We are closely monitoring Super Typhoon Hagupit (known locally as Ruby) which is expected to make landfall in the Philippines on Saturday. Our Disaster Assessment Response Team (DART) is currently assembling in Manila to prepare for an immediate assessment. The Project Leyte team has taken the necessary precautions to ensure the safety of […]

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A Very Special AHV Thanksgiving

This was posted on 12/01/14 No Comments

Celebrating holidays on project is something that our volunteers have done since our first project in Biloxi, MS in 2005. Volunteers come together wherever they are in the world, to cook a feast and share it with friends and families from all over. This year, with the help of the Karakin Foundation, our volunteers on Project […]

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Update On Cyclone HudHud Assessment

This was posted on 11/04/14 No Comments

Cyclone Hudhud made land fall on the eastern shoreline of Andhra Pradesh, India on Sunday, October 12th, 2014. As the cyclone made its final approach to land it intensified with winds up to 205kph before making contact with the city of Visakhapatnam. The Indian authorities’ disaster preparations ensured that casualties were kept to a minimum by […]

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Announcing Project Brooklyn

This was posted on 11/03/14 No Comments

On October 29, 2012, Superstorm Sandy struck the eastern side of the United States, bringing wide spread damage from Delaware to Rhode Island. With one of the worst storms the US has seen this decade, thousands of homeowners were left completely overwhelmed by their heavily damaged properties. Now two years after Sandy, we are pleased […]

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Big things are happening for our Founder and Chairman, David Campbell!

This was posted on 10/27/14 No Comments

Last Friday was a very big day here at All Hands! Not only did we announce the launch of David’s website,, but we also announced that he is one of the winners of the 2014 Purpose Prize Award, for which he will receive a $100,000 award (that he will generously donate back to All Hands)! The […]

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Cyclone HudHud Assessment

This was posted on 10/25/14 No Comments

Our Disaster Assessment Response Team (DART) is currently en route to India to begin surveying the damage caused by Cyclone Hudhud. The team have been remotely assessing and communicating with partners on the ground since the Cyclone passed through the State of Andhra Pradesh on Sunday 12th October bringing in wind speeds of 205 kph. The team […]

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