Learn more about the Hands Foundations continuing renovations of the 100+ year old church in rural Thorp, WI. Built at the turn of the 20th century and abandoned in 1970, The Hands Foundation saved the building from being torn down and will restore the builiding to its former glory and install and recording studio and offices inside the amazing structure.
Quality of life is the most important thing in the Handicap Accessibility projects undertaken by the Hands Foundation. Teaming up with local builders and professionals, they have been able to change the lives of many who needed adjustments to make their homes more livable and accessible.
In 2004 Hurrican Charley ravaged the entirety of central Florida from coast to coast. Soon after Hurrican Katrina did historic damage to Biloxi and New Orleans. The Hands Foundation was there to help clean up damaged properties and clear away debris for people to return and rebuild their lives.
Learn more about the project in Monterret, MX that inspired the creation of the Hands Foundation. The project included building houses for people on Monterrey who had built structures for themselves out of any materials they could find on the street.
KEEPING IT LOCAL
With all the work to be done around the country, it can easy to overlook the projects that need to be done in your own backyard. The Hands Foundtion started an initiative to help those closest to them, the ones in their own hometown.
The latest project involves the Homeless Veterans of America. The Hands Foundation is actively collecting items to help the Veterans survive the harsh winters in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Programs are also in place to help our less fortunate men and women of the military secure housing and jobs. Learn what you can do to get involved today.