Hands-and-Feet-of-Hope (HFOH) is a week-long mission workcamp designed for  teens and adults.  During the second week of June, youths from all over Pennsylvania come to the camp to take on construction projects in the community for our elderly, disabled or disadvantaged neighbors.   During their week-long stay at the camp, youth participants learn and perform skills such as safety repairs, fixing water damage, building handicap-accessibility ramps, building and fixing roofs, and painting under the instruction of the adult volunteers.   

The organization is a nonprofit and is operated 100 percent by volunteers.  Since its inception in 2014, it has relied completely on donations from the community, sometimes supplemented by a few fundraisers.  Because of the generosity of churches, local businesses, and community oriented citizens, HFOH can typically take on seven to nine projects during camp week. 
If you would like to know more about Hands-And-Feet-Of-Hope, please contact our office at 717-485-4815 or fill out a Volunteer Contact Form and we will be blessed to connect you to the right people.