Three great reasons

1
Get involved in helping communities recover after a natural disaster. If you have spare time and a willingness to help, you can make a difference in bringing individuals and families return to their homes and classrooms after the disaster.
2
Immerse yourself in a multicultural and multigenerational community. Whether you’re in the dorm room or the board room, leadership begins with service. During your time as a volunteer, you will meet volunteers from all over the world with different cultures, ages and backgrounds!
3
Learn new skills. As a volunteer, you will work alongside your teammates, learning valuable skills, including construction. By the end of your time on program, you’ll be able to return home having learned something new.

“I would highly recommend to anyone to take the plunge, don the purple shirt, and get your hands dirty with a great bunch of folks.”

Grant Clark, Hurricane Harvey recovery volunteer.

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Work hard. Change lives.

Volunteer Jason Roy epitomizes a life of service. From serving in the military to being an EMT, winning the President’s Volunteer Service Award to volunteering with All Hands and Hearts, Jason’s drive has always focused on how he might help others. We are so proud to call Jason family and can’t wait to grow our family of like-minded and caring people.

Work hard. Change lives.

Volunteer Jason Roy epitomizes a life of service. From serving in the military to being an EMT, winning the President’s Volunteer Service Award to volunteering with All Hands and Hearts, Jason’s drive has always focused on how he might help others. We are so proud to call Jason family and can’t wait to grow our family of like-minded and caring people.

A sneak peek of a day in the life of a volunteer

Curious what it’s like to volunteer? See what a day in the life is like in Oaxaca, Mexico. Every one of our programs is different; but, at the end of the day, we work hard, help change lives, and rest easy.

A sneak peek of a day in the life of a volunteer

Curious what it’s like to volunteer? See what a day in the life is like in Oaxaca, Mexico. Every one of our programs is different; but, at the end of the day, we work hard, help change lives, and rest easy.

The volunteer connection

Get inspired by the stories of our volunteers from around the world who have helped to rebuild communities impacted by natural disasters.

Explore their stories via our interactive map, and meet some featured volunteers below.

All Hands and Hearts Volunteer Lyvette

Home: Bronx, New York

Program: Texas Hurricane Harvey Relief

“Just apply, you’re going to love it. The people here, building friendships and connections...You’re going to take away something great when you leave here.”

All Hands and Hearts Volunteer Lyvette

Home: Bronx, New York

Program: Texas Hurricane Harvey Relief

“Just apply, you’re going to love it. The people here, building friendships and connections...You’re going to take away something great when you leave here.”

Home: Rennes, France

Program: Mexico Earthquake Relief

"Being a volunteer is so rewarding, not in a financial way, but in a way that not even the richest person on Earth could buy."

All Hands and Hearts Volunteer Mathieu
All Hands and Hearts Volunteer Mathieu

Home: Rennes, France

Program: Mexico Earthquake Relief

"Being a volunteer is so rewarding, not in a financial way, but in a way that not even the richest person on Earth could buy."

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