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Do what you love in the service of others who love what you do

— Steve Farber
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Featured Hands-On Projects:

Mohammed with new Laptop! HIGHER EDUCATION: Underprivileged students with high marks receive sponsored scholarships for a university education.
Food Packages FOOD SECURITY: Food packages are provided to sustain needy families in remote areas. We target the most vulnerable people; women, children and the elderly.
Aid in Kind HUMANITARIAN AID: Aid for those facing hardships such as disasters, emergency situations, and for those suffering from poverty.

For further information about how we provide assistance in these areas, please view our “Projects” page.

حفنة أمل Hands-On Hope

1 day 11 hours ago

Heaters going out to families with no heat!: Thank you, Amal, for sponsoring these heaters!!!!!!!

حفنة أمل Hands-On Hope

1 day 12 hours ago

Little Abdullah, 1 yr & 4 months, is 1 of 3 babies (triplets). He is suffering from cerebral palsy. We want to thank Amy Peake, Israa & Norma who is paying for the therapy, transportation, & food to help little Abdullah and his mom, who is a single mom. 🙂 Such a cute little guy!

حفنة أمل Hands-On Hope

1 day 12 hours ago

Handmade blankets for babies!: These beautiful hand-stitched blankets are made by women in the evening from scraps of material.--Recycled material to make something beautiful to start a baby's life!! They are absolutely beautiful!

Welcome to a New Year!

Being flexible & able to adapt to the world as it changes is one of the keys to successful living. When things get tougher it’s important to work together—with your family, friends & community. Working together brings more moral support, resources, strength, stability & HOPE. We are always better together. Recently friends have come up with good ideas, like starting a Food Bank & “Meals To Go!” which has been a help to families & children without enough food to survive. In Jordan, poverty rates have increased by 38 percentage points among locals. (Posted by ReliefWeb)

This is a “thermometer” indicating that help to
feed the needy will continue to be a priority for 2021.

Month at a glance

102 Food pkgs 3 Families recd Medical Aid 240 Families recd bread
20 families Food Bank 30 Cans baby formula 2,050 Clothes
6 Small business assisted 2 Special Needs Children
2,500 Toys

–2 Laptops, Tablet
–3 Medical Aid
–24 Heaters
–20 blankets
–60 children jackets & shoes
–4 Family Assist/Orphans