The boys in the Helping Hands Orphanage come from families that can’t meet their most basic needs for reasons out of their control.
The orphanage takes boys in and provides for their spiritual, physical, and educational needs so they can live a healthy, abundant life.
The boys are also provided training and education to enable them to find work when they are older and learn to serve their community.
Finally, the boys are equipped to become men of God who embrace His design for marriage, family, and church – and are trained to become leaders in their churches and families.
At the Helping Hands Orphanage, children learn to build relationships and trust others.
Before coming to the orphanage many boys were on the streets, surviving the best they could. Now they have a safe place to stay, food to eat, and school – all while learning that God loves them and has a greater plan for their lives.
Prior to staying in the orphanage, these boys were either living on the streets or in households that just simply couldn’t support them. Many have no living parents.
The orphanage is run through the Dominican Evangelical Church under Pastor Pedro Kery Johnson, director Yeudy Dandrades Cuello, and a committee made up of members of the church and community.