Below are some of our favorite ways for you to take action. But please, unleash your creativity...we would love to help you pull off your own event!

HOW MANY GALLONS OF WATER CAN YOU CARRY FOR ONE MILE?

The Water Carry Challenge is a fundraising event hosted by youth groups across America helping provide clean water in Haiti. For Groups raising a minimum of $3,500, we will send that group's youth pastor/leader on a trip to Haiti to explore the ministry of the Hands and Feet Project.


church engagement

Are you interested in having your church go deeper? We have many options from hosting a Hands and Feet Vision Sunday, church mission trips, and requesting a speaker. Contact us for more info.

CREATE A FUNDRAISER

Do you have a creative idea to raise money for Haiti? Go for it...host an event or crowd funding campaign! We have plenty of materials to help make it happen. Click below to set up your own fundraiser on RAZOO or FACEBOOK.

Volunteer / Intern

We offer internships and volunteer positions both in Haiti and in our US office. Volunteers will be working in an assortment of jobs depending on interest and skill-set. Learn more 

 

Haiti Made

Haiti Made was created to provide dignified jobs that help keep families together. Haiti Made is a partner business initiative that is now owned by a separate entity and run by Will McGinniss, co-founder of the Hands and Feet Project. Shop Haiti Made.

Kids Mission Project

This free children's curriculum features 5 high-energy, inspirational episodes to drop in to your Vacation Bible School or other classroom setting. Young viewers will be taken on an adventure through the eyes of our animated hosts and their new Haitian friends. Contact us to download videos and resources.

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Run FOr Love

We host a 5K Fun-Run every May in Nashville, and also have teams that do marathons and other races to benefit our work. These events are a great way for our friends and supporters to get involved. In addition to Hand and Feet events, many people put on their own, local events that benefit our work. Registration opens in March 2019.