All Hands Volunteers
yesterday at 19:50. Facebook
Behind the scenes with our assessment team mapping out the day's game plan in Lima, #Peru. If you're interested in helping the communities they identify, please fill out a VOLUNTEER INTEREST form today!

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All Hands Volunteers
03/24/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
When tornadoes touched down in Georgia, 16 people were killed and thousands lost their homes. Thanks to you, our team was one of the first on the ground, and this response quickly became a labor of love for us. Here's a look at the impact we made together.

Volunteer Michael Ellis said, "I have seen and experienced the amazing compassion of a community coming together to help the people...
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All Hands Volunteers
03/23/2017 at 21:04. Facebook

Register today to be part of the 2017 ALL HANDS ON EVEREST CHALLENGE kicking off on May 7th. If you would like to trek to Everest Base Camp or Island Peak with All Hands and help families still recovering from the Nepal earthquake, all of the details are here:

Change the world. #TrektoEverest. If you have any questions, please email...
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All Hands Volunteers
03/22/2017 at 19:48. Facebook
PERU FLOOD ASSESSMENT UPDATE: The people of Peru continue to suffer as a result of the flooding caused by what scientists are calling "Coastal Nino" where the coastal sea waters have heated up, leading to intense flooding. Already, 78 people have been killed with 639,000 people affected and it's expected to get worse before it gets better. Here's a picture of the scene in Lima from our team on...
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All Hands Volunteers
03/20/2017 at 15:06. Facebook
Our immediate response team is heading to Peru in response to the devastating floods. Given the severity of the situation, the team will be conducting a ground assessment. Stay tuned.

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IMPORTANT UPDATE - #PERU FLOODS: The severe rains that have been affecting Peru since December 2016 have recently intensified, causing landslides, floods and mud flows. We are closely monitoring the situation as it develops and will keep you updated.
MADAGASCAR CYCLONE ASSESSMENT UPDATE: We are pleased to report that the All Hands Volunteers assessment team has determined that local and national resources in Madagascar have the capacity to manage the damage caused by Cyclone Enawo. They report that an excellent job has been done in preparing for and managing the disaster. And because All Hands Volunteers seeks out the greatest need, we...
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All Hands Volunteers was shocked and saddened to learn of the passing of Danielle McLaughlin, who volunteered with us in Nepal last July. As we mourn this tragic loss, we remember Danielle as a fun-loving, adventurous, hard-working friend who was full of life and love. We offer her family, friends and all those in our circle who share her adventurous spirit our profound condolences. May we...
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Antananarivo: Our assessment team met today with national disaster management organizations and was hugely impressed by the level of national capacity. Tomorrow, the team will be carrying out ground assessments in the severely affected areas surrounding Brickaville, #Madagascar. Stay tuned for further updates!
#Madagascar Cyclone Assessment: Led by the fearless Gary Pitts, our DART team is on their way to Madagascar. They have their work cut out for them. ReliefWeb states, “In the wake of the cyclone, it is no longer possible to reach the north of the country and the lines of communication have been cut off due to flooding." Stay tuned!
Due to reported damage sustained by Cyclone #Enawo, our immediate response team is on their way to Madagascar to conduct ground assessment. We will keep you updated.

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In honor of #InternationalWomensDay today, we're dedicating this one to an inspiring woman we know. This is All Hands Volunteers all-star, Mona. Her compassion is infectious, making all the difference for countless disaster programs. All the while, she is a devoted mother and perfect example to us all. She is the reason we do what we do.
This is Vickie with her home that her parents built many years ago. It was the first house that Team Louisiana worked on in August when the floods hit. Over 4,500 volunteer hours later and we are still here. Now we need your help to continue our work. #Volunteer today: [ Link ]
A huge thanks to all of YOU, our All Hands Volunteers Family who jumped all in with hearty hands and feet in classic AHV style, blasting the #AllHandsonNepal word out to everyone you knew. You brought us not 100, but 233 applications for new volunteers in Nepal! This means we can keep building back better for these kids. And here's to Katarzyna Kasia Ozga, lucky winner of the raffle who will...
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Space is filling up fast on our trek to Everest and Island Peak in May, 2017. This will be an experience of a lifetime that will fill out your bucket list, build new schools for kids in #Nepal and support the Nepali trekking industry all at the same time.

Trek to Everest. Change the World. #AllHandsOnEverest
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This is Pete. He recently celebrated his 26th birthday by dancing and sharing stories with the community. When the earthquake struck Nepal, he was in the popular tourist city of Pokhara. After witnessing the destruction firsthand, he sprung into action. Here he is today, building back one of our schools in the district of Nuwakot so that kids in Nepal can have a safe place to learn again. YOU...
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High up in the hills of Sindhupalchowk, Nepal, the rebuilding of schools is well underway. This place is filled with endless sunshine and beauty.
There are still 370,000 kids without a place to go to school in #Nepal. We are hard at work building 7 new schools, which will reach 24,225 kids and their families. Our goal? To change their lives and yours.

If you’re ready for an experience that you will never forget, join our #AllHandsOnNepal movement to register 100 new volunteers by 3/1 to come to Nepal by the end of July. Just 50 more...
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It is in the nature of our volunteers to seek out any way they can help the community. Jess Morley, who has taught English in both Hong Kong and Thailand, has taken her experience and shown some classic All Hands initiative by launching an after school program with the kids at Bachchhala Devi in Nuwakot, Nepal.