In the summer of 2004, the members of Christian music group, Audio Adrenaline, founded the Hands and Feet Project. The Project, inspired by fan reaction to the song “Hands and Feet”, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing family-style, residential care for children in crisis.
The organization broke ground on their first Children’s Village in Cyvadier, a small town on the Southern coast of Haiti, and began their journey of serving the forgotten children of the impoverished Caribbean nation. Now, The Hands and Feet Project has grown to include multiple locations across the southern peninsula and is also dedicated to providing sustainable solutions that fight against Haiti's orphan crisis.
Statement of Faith
- We believe the Bible to be the inspired, the only infallible, authoritative Word of God.
- We believe that there is only one God, eternally existent in three persons: Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
- We believe in the deity of our Lord Jesus Christ, in His virgin birth, in His sinless life, in His miracles, in His vicarious and atoning death through His shed blood, in His resurrection, in His ascension to the right hand of the Father, and His personal return to power and glory.
- We believe that for the salvation of lost and sinful people, regeneration by the Holy Spirit is absolutely essential.
- We believe in the present ministry of the Holy Spirit by whose indwelling the Christian is enabled to live a godly life.
- We believe in the resurrection of both the saved and the lost; they that are saved unto the resurrection of life and they that are lost unto the resurrection of damnation.
- We believe in the spiritual unity of believers in our Lord Jesus Christ.
Director of Child Care
Andrea received her BA in Marketing / Management from the University of Cincinnati’s School of Business. Since that time she has had the opportunity to serve a variety of businesses with finance, administration, human resources and marketing. She has served on the Hands and Feet Project staff since 2007. She is married to Will McGinniss, who is a co-founder and currently serves as President of the Board. Andrea resides with her family in Franklin, TN.
Hannah received her BS in Finance & Management from North Carolina State University. She has a heart for orphan care and the country of Haiti which led to the opportunity to serve as an intern with us in Jacmel in 2014. Hannah has been on the Hands and Feet Project staff since March 2015 and relocated to Nashville, TN.
Executive Director and Co-Founder
Mark, a founding member of the Hands and Feet project, has been passionately connected to Haiti for over 25 years. Mark visited Haiti for the first time during high school with his father Drex and fell deeply in love with the nation and its people. In 1991, Mark founded Audio Adrenaline with band mates Bob Herdman and Will McGinniss and went on to win two Grammys over a 17 year career as the lead singer. Mark currently resides with his wife Aegis and two children, Journey and Christela, in Franklin TN.
The Foshee Family
Quinton and Rebekah have been partners with The Hands and Feet Project for several years. During that time, they have served as volunteers, trip participants, office staff and missionaries in Jacmel. Currently Rebekah serves as the Trip Coordinator for Ikondo.
The Moore Family
Sean and Jen Moore, with their three children, Major, Addyx and Beckett, have partnered with The Hands and Feet Project since March 2014. They support the Mission Village in Grand Goave with the transitioning older children, hosting groups and Haiti Made.
Board of Directors
Born in California and educated at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo with a Bachelor of Science in Business and minor in Economics, Braden Jones has put his entrepreneurial passion to good use even at an early age. Now in his thirties, Braden has started and currently directs a handful of businesses. He uses his business acumen and leadership skills to act decisively regarding business strategy, direction, initiatives, growth, vibe, and finance for these companies. He currently is CEO of Petunia Pickle Bottom, sits on the Board of Pelago Corporation (makers of “Intervals” time and task management software) and sits on the board of Hands and Feet Project. When not working, he is traveling, surfing and enjoying his family, (Sutton 4 and Miller 2 ) and wife (DeNai).
Roy Morgan founded Premier Productions with long-time friend Gary Gentry in 1996. Since then, they and new partner Shane Quick have promoted an estimated 3,000 Christian events reaching over 10 million people. The company has three divisions – Premier Productions, Premier Christian Cruises and Premier Festivals, in addition to the nonprofit arm of the organization called Premier Foundation. He and his wife Kathy have three adult children and one grandson. Roy and Kathy are members of HopeCity in High Point, NC.
Shannon, a business owner and founder of the Know Hope Foundation, is a long time friend and partner of the Hands and Feet Project. Shannon, with the Know Hope Foundation, blesses ministries, orphanages, and families around the world with the hope of Christ. He currently resides in Ashland Kentucky with his wife Shannon and two sons, Brady and Justin.
Steve Fair, married to wife Shelly for 27 years, works in the scrap metal business in Michigan. Steve and Shelly have 2 adult children with 1 being married, and the third, a teenager. The entire Fair family is passionate about caring for orphans with the love of Christ.
Board President and Co-Founder
Will fell in love with the Haitian people on his first trip to Haiti in 2003. Since that time he has faithfully and joyfully used his resources and platform to share the story of the beautiful people of Haiti. Will was a founding member of the Hands and Feet Project and currently serves as Chairman of the Board. Will serves alongside his wife Andrea and their three children: Satchel, Addison, and Fallon. The family currently resides in Franklin, Tennesee.