MISSION 100 HOMES AS LONG AS IT TAKES

Two years after the community-led emergency response, the Northern Rivers community finds itself in desperate need of assistance once again.

In the wake of the catastrophic floods of 2022, many vulnerable community members are still living in dire conditions, devoid of stable homes.

It is in this critical moment that the Hands and Hearts Project emerges with a renewed mission: to make 100 homes liveable within a mere days that turned into 10-weeks, and now as long as it takes.

48 HOMES COMPLETE 52 & MORE TO GO

The project rallies together volunteers, skilled professionals, and generous donors, harnessing the power of unity to restore hope and dignity to those most affected.

With determination and compassion, the Hands and Hearts Project endeavours to uplift the lives of the community's most vulnerable members, offering them a chance to rebuild their lives and find solace in safe, habitable homes once more.

Currumbin, QLD

MICK FANNING

Mick Fanning, is known to most as three-time World Surf League champion. However, in the Woodburn, Coraki, Broadwater, and neighboring areas, he is affectionately known as big brother Mick who helped us save each other.

In the immediate aftermath of the destructive floods, Mick rallied his mates and orchestrated the establishment of the M1 boat ramp to facilitate a community-led emergency response.

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Evans Head, Richmond Valley

Lyndall Murray

Lyndall was actively involved in the community-led flood emergency response from the start, with dedicated team they pulled of a emergency call centre from a lounge room for 16 days.

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Mish Canning

Currumin, QLD

Mish Canning

Mish Canning, a dedicated real estate marketing agent and Currumbin Valley local, played a crucial role as one of the first responders during last year's devastating floods.

Captain of the M1 boat ramp she along with a dedicated Currumbin community united efforts of countless individuals who swiftly mobilized to address the unfolding emergency.

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Tweed Heads, NSW

Natasha Shearer

Natasha has been an instrumental figure in the flood recovery efforts from the very beginning. Serving as a conduit, she has connected individuals along the coast and facilitated access to crucial resources like transportation and building supplies.

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