Projects: Past
Chosen for Life's
Both Hands Project
Project Date:
Location: Watkinsville, GA
Serving a Widow and Raising
Money to Adopt Orphans 

Widow being served: Ms. Tina

Chosen for Life's Both Hands Project

Serving a widow. Providing financial assistance for adopting families.

While on a missions trip to Uganda in June, Ms. Tina's beloved husband, Herb, was suddenly killed in a traffic accident. Herb regularly went on missions trips and his primary role on these trips was helping with the sound equipment, and helping care for orphans.

On August 24, a team of volunteers spent the day serving Ms. Tina by fixing up her home. The team completed projects such as landscaping, deep cleaning, de-cluttering, and other repairs and improvements to her home. Our team felt honored to bless Ms. Tina in this way. She was happy to carrying on her husbands work of caring for orphans, through this Both Hands project.

Volunteers are raising sponsorship for the service project. Supplies for repairs on Ms. Tina's home were donated. Through a partnership with Chosen for Life Ministries, the funds raised will provide grants for adopting families. To put it simply, your gift will help orphans to become adopted into forever families.

How can you help? Join the team!
GIVE (financially) –   GET INVOLVED 
(paint, plant, repair, and raise sponsorship)

Please note that PayPal charges an administrative fee of 1.9% to 2.9% + $0.30 USD per transaction. The donation will be decreased by the amount of this fee.​ To avoid this fee, mail checks payable to: 

Both Hands Foundation

PO Box 2713

Brentwood, TN 37024

Please attach a piece of paper indicating your giving preference for "Chosen for Life #116."
For tax purposes, please do not mark the designation on your check.

*Both Hands Foundation is an approved 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Please note that in following IRS guidelines, your donation is to the non-profit organization Both Hands Foundation. Both Hands governing board retains full discretion over the donation’s use, but intend to honor the donor’s suggestion. Both Hands is a member of the Evangelic Center for Financial Accountability.