A Letter From Our CEO
Humanitarian Hands Charities (HHCharities) continues to strive to "stoop down and lift others up" as life and living becomes more challenging for those in Uganda and in the world of the Immigrants and Refugees here in the Dallas communities. Our mission remains to help others realize a better life and a better way of living by Building Hope...One Heart, One Life, One Community at a time.
Our focused Programs are:
The John H. and Marie Parrish Medical Clinic in Fort Portal, Uganda.
Soliciting sponsors devoted to educate and support the orphaned children of Uganda
Enhanced support for the Immigrants and Refugees in the Dallas Metroplex
As a nonprofit organization, we believe in striving to be the best we can be.
Our Core Values include:
Commitment-We focus on working to enhance the lives of others.
Integrity-Our moral values are sound and trustworthy.
Accountability-We administer all donations with high ethical standards.
Diversity-We value others unique differences and cultures.
Service-We make every effort to lift others up.
Join us as we continue Building Hope…One Heart, One Life, One Community at a Time.
Mary A. Christopher
Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder
Humanitarian Hands Charities
Build and maintain the John H. and Marie Parrish Medical Clinic with equipment and pharmaceutical supplies
Provide health professionals to educate individuals on health issues and preventive care
Educate individuals on proper nutrition balance to reduce malnutrition
Equip volunteer medical teams to provide education, assistance and support
Cultural Behavior Life Skills
Pilot Cultural and Literacy Program for the Immigrants and Refugees in the Dallas Metroplex
Our focus will be to Accept, Aspire, and Achieve (A3) enhancing personal integration within their community and workplace by focusing on
Encourage them to take advantage of our Civics Program that prepares them for the Naturalization Interview to become a U. S. Citizen
Quality Education for Orphaned Children
Sponsors provide an orphaned child financial support in the Ugandan Public Schools
Monthly donations provide a child with: Tuition, Uniform, Lunch, School Supplies, and additional Meals or Clothing
Educational support enables the children to advance to higher learning institutions
Linda Boothe, Retired
Rachel Branaman, Capacity Building & Development
Principal, Talem Consulting
Phyllis Cleaves, Retired
Laura Ford, Administrator
Kennett OAKS Nutrition Center
Dr. Remy Ihekwaba, PhD
President, RIA International Education Consultants
President, West Africa America Chamber of Commerce & Industries
Ben Kazora, Electrical Engineer
Treasurer, Ugandan North America Association, D/FW
East Africa Business Council Consultant
Ronald Kizito, Evangelist
Fort Portal, Uganda
Josette C. McMillan, Principal
David Mureeba, PE
President/Chief Executive Officer, Global Electro-Comm Intl., Inc.
Honorary Consul for Republic of Uganda
Lawrence K. Oduro, Evangelist
Director, School of Evangelism
Director, Rural Evangelism Development Project
CEO, Ateiku Christian Hospital
Laurent Okuma, President & Founder
African Social and Immigration Services (ASIS)
Fort Worth, TX
Sam Terranova, Retired
Medical Equipment & Supplies Consultant
Dr. Reba White, MD, Retired
Obstetrics & Gynecology
Ima Wideman, Retired
Board of directors
Chief Executive Officer
Director of Funds Development
Director of Operations
Director of Medical Affairs
Director of Construction & Development
Director of Orphaned Children Affairs
Marti Van Roy
Director of Community Relations
Director of Project Management