Volunteer Spotlight: Marine in Coastal Bend

After this experience, I cannot live or imagine my life without giving my time for others.

I volunteered for more than two months in Coastal Bend, Tx. I was working in Paris, but I felt that I needed to have more of an impact in the lives of others. I decided to quit my job and leave my city to come volunteer for All Hands and Hearts. I chose to come and rebuild homes because my grandfather, who passed away, built homes for a living. It was a way to connect with him and experience what he did for so long. I feel so proud of what I achieved in Texas, pushing myself to my physical and mental limits for one purpose: rebuilding homes and hopes for those in need. It was the best experience I’ve ever had, and I will for sure volunteer again. After this experience, I cannot live or imagine my life without giving my time for others.

Learn more about this program: Texas Hurricane Relief

Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a category 4 hurricane, bringing unprecedented destruction to Texas. Harvey was named the most powerful hurricane to hit the US since 2005, superseding Hurricane Sandy. The recovery is going to be long and hard - that’s why All Hands and Hearts has committed to being on the ground for at least two years, helping families recover from this disaster.

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Learn more about this program: Texas Hurricane Relief

Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a category 4 hurricane, bringing unprecedented destruction to Texas. Harvey was named the most powerful hurricane to hit the US since 2005, superseding Hurricane Sandy. The recovery is going to be long and hard - that’s why All Hands and Hearts has committed to being on the ground for at least two years, helping families recover from this disaster.

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