The Hands and Feet Project was founded by the Christian music group Audio Adrenaline in 2004. It began as a mission to love and care for orphaned children. The idea spawned from the popularity of their song ‘Hands and Feet’, and a desire to take action and help those who are unable to help themselves. Hands and Feet is not an orphanage where children are kept temporarily to be adopted out, but rather a children’s village, where orphans are cared for deeply with the love of Christ, and provided with everything they need to live and become strong, well adjusted adults.
Mark Stuart (lead singer) and his wife Aegis have been extremely instrumental in the success of their project, and what started as one small children’s village in Cyvadier, Haiti has now expanded to include several locations in the Caribbean Islands that serves to house, clothe, feed, and love hundreds of children. They have a location in Jacmel, and one in Grand Goave. They now have children available for sponsorship, and have many options for how much you can give, and even the ability to interact with your sponsored child in ‘The Family Room’, a place on Facebook to communicate.
To learn more about sponsoring one of the Jacmel or Grand Goave kids, click HERE!
To learn more about the mission behind Hands and Feet, click HERE!
To read Aegis’ heartwarming blog about their journey in adoption from Haiti, click HERE!