Little Brother Orphan Korea
When we began the Both Hands process, we were expecting to complete our project while waiting for a referral. God had other plans in mind, as we received a surprise call in early July, informing us we had been matched with our son. He is just under 1 year old, and we hope to bring him home in 2019!
Ms. Sharon Widow Bloomington, IL
Ms. Sharon and her husband Robert (Bob) were married for 36 years. Bob’s health began to deteriorate, but Sharon and Bob were able to share one last “I love you” before he passed away in 2013. Sharon’s son assists her with many tasks, but due to some health limitations, he is not able to assist with certain projects. We are honored to be able to serve Sharon.
Our Both Hands Project Project August 11, 2018
A team of volunteers is completing a service project of fixing up a widow's home. We are raising sponsorship for our day of service. The funds raised will help an orphan to become adopted into a forever family. Will you sponsor us?
Help bring Little Brother home!
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