We built a wheelchair ramp today for a young man who was robbed and shot leaving him paralyzed and a prisoner in his own home. That’s about to change as we “open the door” for him to leave the house when he wants to!
Last week a group of GZG volunteers made the trip to the Panama City area to help a family that was weary and overwhelmed with trying to restore their lives and livelihood following giant Hurricane Michael. One of the..
Another BannerDay for our GZG Family! We were invited by FODAC ( Friends Of Disabled Adults And Children) to build a wheelchair ramp for a family whose young son Amir needed an easy transition from home to medical..
It's time to dive into some Hurricane Relief! Hard to believe it's been 6 months since Michael swept over the Florida Panhandle. We have offered to stand with a family that is still in the long process of rebuilding their lives..
Yesterday GZG had the extreme privilege to spend the day with Bruce and Belinda and their 5th and youngest son Andy. It was 11 hours of hard work but what a joy to be in their home and have a hand in helping..
Over the course of 4 days we had the chance to get to know and love Edgar and Rosa and their family. Even though there was a bit of a language barrier, there was no mistaking the spirit that we were one big family! They were there each and every..
This is Ray. I got a call from him about a month ago. The county was on the verge of writing him a citation on the condition of his home and property. He would have taken care of it himself if it weren’t for..
Imagine waking up the day after Maria and your entire house has been blown away. This is what Carmen and her family have left. Creating some living space underneath where they used to live. Cooking outside with a stove and fridge on loan from a neighbor..
Our 1st installment reporting on our Mission of Mercy to PR. (More to come as our teams send pictures in!) We took 14 amazing workers that formed 4 teams who served 5 families. Here is a crew that installed..