Volunteer


Volunteer Opportunities


A Helping Hand offers a variety of different volunteer opportunities ranging from mission trips to helping with different tasks at the office. 
Each year, a team travels to Uganda for a mission trip. The team helps with the construction of the new baby’s home and does Vacation Bible School with children from a local orphanage. They also minister to local community members. 

Mission teams have also traveled to countries such as Nicaragua, China, and Guatemala at various times. Each trip provides different projects that the team works on while they are there. There is a significant need for people who have medical experience or physical/occupational therapy experience to sign up to join a mission team, especially for the trip to China. 

To be able to join a team for one of our mission trips, you must be at least 18 years of age. If you are 16 years old, you may go on the trip if you are accompanied by a parent.
Other volunteer opportunities are available at our office in Lexington, KY.  There is always a need for help with tasks such as filing papers, making copies, answering phones, etc. There are also opportunities to assist birth mothers with things such as transportation. 

For more information about volunteer opportunities, please e-mail us at

info@ahelpinghandadoption.org
www.ahelpinghandadoption.org

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Purpose of Corporation: Adopted for Good is organized exclusively for charitable, educational, religious, and scientific purposes, including, for such purposes as the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, or the corresponding section of any future federal tax code.  Specifically, the organization shall be a coalition of adopted children who share their common experiences, encourage one another, educate parents who wish to adopt or have adopted, advocate for positive adoption policies and laws, and engage in such other activities as permitted by law and are consistent with the above described purpose.