There are many charities that help people, but this charity has a double purpose. The "Both Hand's Foundation" raises funds for orphans, while serving widows through home improvement projects.
Saturday volunteers rolled up their sleeves, mowed, sanded, and cleaned up.
Abby and Jeremy Fowler, recruited a team of their friends to work on Candace Guyer's Clarksville home.
"Spending the day fixing up Ms. Guyer's home and raising sponsorship to help bring home our child from Ethiopia," said the Fowlers.
Abbey and Jeremy Fowler are anxiously awaiting the final adoption of an Ethiopian child, which is a long process and expensive.
Working through the Both Hands Foundation of Brentwood the Fowlers are not only helping Candace with her home, but also raising funds to help bring home an Ethiopian child to join their family.
All the volunteer are sponsors for Abbey and Jeremy and the money raised brings the Fowlers one step closer to adopting their child.
Candace Guyer couldn't be happier, because her home is getting a quick makeover
Guyer received new carpeting, a bathroom door, and new tile in her kitchen.
Copyright 2013 WSMV (Meredith Corporation). All rights reserved.
The government's recent efforts to cut down on Medicare fraud may be hurting the people who need help the most.More >>
A grieving family is facing a new set of emotions after learning their loved one, a Vietnam veteran, ended up buried in the wrong grave.More >>