Hand in Hand Ministries believes that building strong communities around the world begins at home. We strengthen our own community by opening hearts and minds to the needs of others through our unique immersion trip program. We provide resources for the economically vulnerable through our on-going programs that focus on safe housing, education, and health care. In all that we do, we seek to build community, one person, one family at a time.
Seneca Redhawk Rangers Win $25,000
The Redhawk Rangers from Seneca High School, Hand in Hand's very own Monday with Mentors, were one of six nationwide grand prize winners in this years Lead2Feed competition.

They earned $25,000 for their chosen nonprofit, Hand in Hand, plus won an additional $10,000 for technology at their school. We are so proud of these students and all they have accomplished this year. We are blessed by this gift and their service to our community.

"Through Lead2Feed, student leaders across the country have committed to feeding the need in their community,” David Novak, executive chairman of Yum! Brands, said. β€œIt's inspiring to see these students form teams, set a big goal, and create and execute a plan.” Lead2Feed is a nationwide competition that is sponsored by Yum! Brands.

"These kids face so many challenges in their young lives. Some of them will do great things. Some of them may struggle, but they can all hold on to something good for a very, very long time because of the vision and generosity of Lead2Feed. They worked hard to reach a goal and they made it. They tasted success, and you could see the delight in their faces - in their whole being," said Marla Cautilli, CEO of Hand in Hand Ministries.

See more local coverage on the Redhawk Rangers and the Lead2Feed Challenge.