Why Donate

I am the change that I want to see in the world…

In communities devastated by natural disasters, the future can seem like a daunting place. Survivors lose so much more than their homes and schools. They need compassionate hearts and determined hands to work alongside them on this long road to recovery. Donate today and help us make the future a great place to be.

Thoughtful and Purposeful Giving

Join us in helping to rebuild the future of disaster-affected communities around the world. By donating today, you can be a part of a more resilient future for families and children who have felt the impacts of natural disasters. Here are a few of the commitments we have made in ensuring we serve these communities effectively:

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Financial Transparency 95 cents of every dollar spent is on our programs, allowing us to achieve a 4- star Charity Navigator rating, five years in a row.
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#ResilientResponse We are not about short-term solutions, we invest in the long-term sustainability of communities through building disaster resilience.
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Volunteer Model Through our network of global volunteers, we can deploy rapidly across the world and scale our tangible impacts.
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Tools for 1 Volunteer
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5 Bags of Cement for School Foundation
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2 Sheets of Weather-Resistant Roofing Material
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55 Steel Bars of Earthquake Reinforcement
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1 Muck and Gut for Flood Damaged Home

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At All Hands and Hearts – Smart Response, we believe in the power of rallying around a common goal and embracing the strengths of every individual to create meaningful change. A disaster-resilient future is waiting and all we have to do is build it.

Why Donate? Take a look!

At All Hands and Hearts – Smart Response, we believe in the power of rallying around a common goal and embracing the strengths of every individual to create meaningful change. A disaster-resilient future is waiting and all we have to do is build it.

The Gift of a Bright Future

A donation is more than money, a donation is the hope of a brighter future. Here are a few ways that we have helped to build the future, together.

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A Bright Future for Families

Sophia Olivarez and her family have lived in their home for 51 years. Since Hurricane Harvey, they’ve lived with other family members, but now, more than a year later and just in time for Thanksgiving, they’ve finally returned home!

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A Bright Future for Families

Sophia Olivarez and her family have lived in their home for 51 years. Since Hurricane Harvey, they’ve lived with other family members, but now, more than a year later and just in time for Thanksgiving, they’ve finally returned home!

A Bright Future for Education

Nancy Núñez was giving a painting class at the Narciso Mendoza school in Mexico when the earthquake struck. Along with volunteers, the teachers stepped into to help rebuild. Not only are they teaching the academic curriculum, but they are also teaching strengths and resilience by example.

All Hands and Hearts Volunteer Powered Disaster Relief Why Donate Page
All Hands and Hearts Volunteer Powered Disaster Relief Why Donate Page

A Bright Future for Education

Nancy Núñez was giving a painting class at the Narciso Mendoza school in Mexico when the earthquake struck. Along with volunteers, the teachers stepped into to help rebuild. Not only are they teaching the academic curriculum, but they are also teaching strengths and resilience by example.

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A Bright Future for Communities

Volunteers hosted a mud and tape drywall interactive demonstration in the Kids’ Zone at a Hurricane Harvey Anniversary event. Some kids were familiar with the activities because their own homes are being rebuilt. These are future carpenters, architects, or engineers in the making!

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A Bright Future for Communities

Volunteers hosted a mud and tape drywall interactive demonstration in the Kids’ Zone at a Hurricane Harvey Anniversary event. Some kids were familiar with the activities because their own homes are being rebuilt. These are future carpenters, architects, or engineers in the making!

A Bright Future for Volunteers

“I’m building a future not only physically for the houses were working on, or the people who we are helping, but also the future in relationships with the unique people here. This is a second home to me. We are building bonds for the rest of my life.”
– Volunteer Connor, San Diego, California

All Hands and Hearts Disaster Relief Volunteer Donation Page
All Hands and Hearts Disaster Relief Volunteer Donation Page

A Bright Future for Volunteers

“I’m building a future not only physically for the houses were working on, or the people who we are helping, but also the future in relationships with the unique people here. This is a second home to me. We are building bonds for the rest of my life.”

– Volunteer Connor, San Diego, California

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