HAND UP AFRICA
Giving others in need a hand up, not a hand out.
At Hand Up Africa, we’re raising funds and promoting initiatives to help those who need it most.
With an array of fundraising events and volunteer projects, we welcome you to join our endeavors aimed at making the world a better place. Read on and contact us to learn how you can become part of the change.
Cherangany, Kenya: Hand Up Africa is thrilled to partner with Kenyan world-class runner, Wesley Korir. Their shared passion for running and helping the youth of Kenya is what fuels their desire to grow the Transcend Running Academy.
HAND UP AFRICA, FLEET-FEET WINSTON-SALEM, AND TRANSCEND ARE PARTNERING TO RAISE 125K TO BUILD THE FUTURE FOR KENYAN KIDS!
HAND UP AFRICA
TRANSCEND RUNNING ACADEMY
FLEET FEET WINSTON-SALEM
TRANSCEND DOCUMENTARY TRAILER
Busia, Kenya: When Mary Gladys' husband past away, she chose to use her home to help the many street children of Kenya. She now takes care of 50 street children and provides them with housing and meals. Mary Gladys does not have a fundraising source. Hand Up Africa will be building improved facilities for the many children that are loved by Mary Gladys.
The name HAND UP AFRICA is a perfect fit for our organization and truly describes what we are about as our main focus is to give people in Africa a hand up and not just a hand out. The Lord has brought these partnerships together to carry out His work and help care for the thousands of orphans on the African continent.
FOLLOWING GOD'S CALL
Hand Up Africa was organized exclusively for charitable purposes based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Specifically, Hand Up Africa provides farming equipment, building equipment, and training in the use of the equipment for churches, schools, orphanages and other groups that specifically focus on enhancing the lives of orphans and at-risk children. Through the efforts of these partnerships we are providing food and other necessities for the children, creating employment in the community, and generating income for the local African charitable organizations.