Volunteer program and Vincentian Academy featured on 7 News Belize

Posted by Spalding Hurst

April 28, 2018

Hand in Hand Ministries has officially distributed its 350th home in Belize. It’s a big accomplishment for them and their supporters. We stopped by today and spoke to some excited members of the Ministry, and of course the happy recipient.

Watch the video below.


  1. Cecilia Hudec

    What a wonderful collaboration. I love to see this kind of ministry.

  2. Anita Gagnon

    Well Luke , you are. Truly amazing…congratulations on the 350 th house.
    Take it easy, don’ t overdo it. We worry about you. Love Anita

  3. Arleen scic

    Collaboration a spiritual practice! Way to go!

  4. Catherine Lee

    What a wonderful response to those in need. Thank you so much. May God continue to bless you in this endeavor.

  5. Roselyn

    Great work! congatulations

  6. sarita Manavalan

    Great work! congratulations!

  7. Corrine Giel scn

    Great job! Thanks for being true to the Vincentian name!

  8. Liz

    Praise God -collaboration: an SCNAssociate at Hand in Hand- Vincentian Academy-SCN Volunteer office-the poor peoples of Belize- the prayers and blessings of our sisters-
    TOGETHER we bring about the Reign of God!!


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