In James 1:27, God encourages us “to look after orphans and widows in their distress.” The Both Hands project is an opportunity to do just that. With the help of about 100 volunteers, annually we serve local widows while raising money to fund CFLM’s Adoption Assistance Grant.

This event is truly a community endeavor. Local businesses sponsor the day, providing materials and funding the project costs, local volunteers provide the helping hands and labor to complete the project, and 100% of funds raised support Georgia families with the costs of adoption.

Adoption Assistance Grant

This Year’s Both Hands Project

This year’s Both Hands Project took place on Saturday, April 27. We are currently still raising money and hope to reach our goal of $100,000. Every donation matters. Our question for you is, how can you help?


Past Both Hands Projects

Volunteers from past projects have said the following about this opportunity:

“I served because I love the heart behind this project and what our efforts mean to widows and orphans. It's what Jesus has called us to and it made my heart happy to serve in such a way.”

“I loved getting to be shoulder-to-shoulder with so many people working toward the same goal; it opened an opportunity for a lot of bonding between volunteers and made for a sweet day of service.”

“One of my favorite parts of this project was seeing people from all over our community spend their day in service toward the marginalized. I also got to work with a grant recipient, so that was cool to talk with them and hear about their lives and how this project has impacted their own adoption journey!”