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"Be the Change: Volunteer" Sign for Hands On Gulf Coast

"Be the Change: Volunteer" sign for Hands On: Gulf Coast. Since Hurricane Katrina and its devastation along the Gulf Coast, volunteers with Hands On Gulf Coast and Hands On New Orleans have made a huge impact in the area. The work has included removing trees from more than 400 sites, gutting more than 750 homes, walking hundreds of dogs, delivering countless supplies, and feeding and housing more than 1,000 volunteers. This photograph was taken by Jayne K. Guberman, Director of Oral History at...

"The Bridge to Biloxi is Built with Love" Banner in Hands On Headquarters in Biloxi

"The Bridge to Biloxi is Built with Love" banner on the wall in the Hands On headquarters in Biloxi. Since Hurricane Katrina and its devastation along the Gulf Coast, volunteers with Hands On Gulf Coast and Hands On New Orleans have made a huge impact in the area. The work has included removing trees from more than 400 sites, gutting more than 750 homes, walking hundreds of dogs, delivering countless supplies, and feeding and housing more than 1,000 volunteers. This photograph was taken by...

Habonim Dror T-Shirt on Wall of Hands On Headquarters in Biloxi

Since Hurricane Katrina and its devastation along the Gulf Coast, volunteers with Hands On Gulf Coast and Hands On New Orleans have made a huge impact in the area. The work has included removing trees from more than 400 sites, gutting more than 750 homes, walking hundreds of dogs, delivering countless supplies, and feeding and housing more than 1,000 volunteers. This photograph was taken by Jayne K. Guberman, Director of Oral History at the Jewish Women's Archive, on June 21, 2007.

Thank You Messages on T-Shirts Hanging in the Hands On Headquarters

Thank you messages on t-shirts hang in the Hands On headquarters from participants in spring break relief trips to the Gulf Coast. Since Hurricane Katrina and its devastation along the Gulf Coast, volunteers with Hands On Gulf Coast and Hands On New Orleans have made a huge impact in the area. The work has included removing trees from more than 400 sites, gutting more than 750 homes, walking hundreds of dogs, delivering countless supplies, and feeding and housing more than 1,000 volunteers. ...

A Volunteer Describes the Work of Hands On in Biloxi

Since Hurricane Katrina and its devastation along the Gulf Coast, volunteers with Hands On Gulf Coast and Hands On New Orleans have made a huge impact in the area. The work has included removing trees from more than 400 sites, gutting more than 750 homes, walking hundreds of dogs, delivering countless supplies, and feeding and housing more than 1,000 volunteers. This photograph was taken by Jayne K. Guberman, Director of Oral History at the Jewish Women's Archive, on June 21, 2007.