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You can make an impact wherever you are
Tell the story, show a Hands at Work video at your church on a Sunday morning or at a special meeting; invite a Hands at Work speaker to visit your church; share the story of what’s happening in Africa and God’s call for the world to respond.
Leverage your passion, leadership and organisational gifts to affect hundreds of orphans by taking on the task of mobilising your church or community of colleagues, friends or family to raise funds to support 50 children in a vulnerable community with food, education and basic health care delivered from the loving arms of the local church.
Help build walls of protection around Africa's most vulnerable children. Become an Arise+Build Advocate and partner with a village to bring hope and healing.
Listen to George
This scripture, which was prayed over Hands at Work founders George and Carolyn Snyman upon graduation of bible school, continues to teach and challenge Hands at Work more than a decade later.
Listen to George Snyman as he takes us deeper in to the book of Nehemiah and mirrors it with Hands' history.
Read about Nehemiah
Read about Nehemiah's story and prayerfully consider its truths for yourself.
Read about others who are committed to making a difference where they are.
George Snyman, Hands at Work Co-Founder, will be speaking throughout Australia in April!
George Snyman, the Co-founder of Hands at Work, is coming to the UK!
We hope that you are able to join us for these exciting events and hear George speak on God's heart for the poor and te mission of Hands at Work to answer his call.
Hands at Work envisions the local church in Africa united with the international church around the world, serving together to care for the most vulnerable people in the poorest African communities. In the US, Suzette, Michelle and Sara are three members of the Hands at Work US team who have answered this calling on their lives. Here they reflect on their call to GIVE:
Volunteers from around the world of various backgrounds and ages comprise the Hands at Work team. They mobilise, equip and support the local church across Africa to transform the lives of the most vulnerable. In September 2013, Alice, Amy, Brooke, Katelyn and Devon came to serve.
Stay connected with Hands at Work to hear what is happening on the ground in Africa, and around the world as we unite with the international church to bring hope to the hopeless. Hear what is inspiring us, read stories of transformation among the most vulnerable, and stay informed with how you can serve as we are called together to serve our brothers and sisters in Africa.
Leyton Wood was a volunteer with Hands at Work in Australia even before coming to Africa. Now back in Australia, he was given an opportunity to share at his church, President Avenue Community Church. Leyton tells stories of the “contrast between hardship and happiness” he witnessed with his own eyes and heart.
A past volunteer with Hands at Work, Jessie's story reveals the wrestling she faced when she met the most vulnerable children and those who serve them in Africa. Years later, she continues to be challenged by God and the Hands at Work family to care and advocate for the most vulnerable back home in the US.