Over the past five years, the non-profit has supported hundreds of children
Press Release – Laguna Beach, Calif. – With My Own Two Hands, an Orange County-based non-profit dedicated to improving the lives of orphaned children in Africa, celebrates its five-year anniversary this month. To date, the non-profit has provided 77 children with shelter, given 144 students access to education, 783 people access to clean water, 152 children access to food and 71 children have been given new clothes as birthday gifts.
In celebration of its five-year anniversary, WMO2H’s is releasing a documentary, featuring four major projects in Kenya that further the organizations goal of providing education, food, water and shelter to orphaned or disadvantaged children.
St. Ann’s Orphanage
HELGA Rescue Center
AIC Rescue Center
The Wholistic Center
“With the helping hands of so many, our organization has helped provide education and basic necessities to hundreds of children,” said Lindsey Pluimer, founder and CEO of With My Own Two Hands. “We have also helped many projects in Kenya become self-sustainable by generating their own income to support the kids they take care of. We are proud of our work the last five years and look forward to expanding and growing in the next five years ahead.”
For more information on With My Own Two Hands Foundation, including ways to get involved, visit http://www.withmyown2hands.org/.
About With My Own Two Hands
With My Own Two Hands Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is dedicated to improving the lives of orphaned or disadvantaged children in need. With the belief that diminishing poverty must start with the children, the organization’s goal is to provide an education to children in need while making sure they have the necessities of shelter, water, and food. For more information, please visit http://www.withmyown2hands.org/.