Blog Archive

Thursday, April 29, 2021


 Coastal Georgia Area Community Action Authority Inc. Headstart, It was a joy to be of service to you and your families. You guys are doing great works with the young children of the community. Let’s continue to unite and work together to better their futures.πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–



 United Way of the Coastal Empire - Liberty County it was a joy to be of service to you. Great work with all you guys do. Let us One Hand Washes the Other, INC. continue to unite to help many families all over and to better the future of our community. 

Chris Stacy

Kayce Masaniai

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Liberty County Chamber of Commerce

April Eggs and Issues with Representative Al Williams speaking. It is always good to hear our GA representative speak on legislation and give the people an update on what’s going on at state level. Many great people attended, and it is a pleasure to be working with you all! To God be all the glory!

Friday, April 23, 2021

Full Gospel USDA Food Giveaway

Thanks to USDA blessing Full Gospel Tabernacle, we were able to bless many families as well. One Hand Washes the Other! That’s what it is all about!

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Anti-Bullying Policy

The aim of the anti-bullying policy is to ensure that pupils learn in a supportive, caring and safe environment without fear of being bullied. Bullying is anti-social behaviour and affects everyone; it is unacceptable. We are committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all of our pupils so they can learn in a relaxed and secure atmosphere. If bullying does occur, all pupils should be able to tell and know that incidents will be dealt with promptly and effectively.

Why do we need an Anti-Bullying Policy?

Persistent bullying can severely inhibit a child’s ability to learn effectively. The negative effects of bullying can have an impact on a person for their entire life.

This organization wishes to promote a secure and happy environment free from threat, harassment and any type of bullying behaviour. Therefore this policy promotes practices within the organization to reinforce our vision, and to remove or discourage practices that negate them.

What is Bullying?

Bullying occurs when an individual or a group uses strength or power to hurt, either physically or emotionally, by intimidating or demeaning others. Bullying can be emotional, physical, racist, homophobic, biphobic, transphobic, verbal or cyber. It is usually persistent and is often covert, and is a conscious attempt to hurt, threaten or frighten someone. Pupils who are being bullied, may show changes in behaviour, such as becoming shy and nervous, feigning illness, taking unusual absences or clinging to adults.

There may be evidence of changes in work patterns, lacking concentration or truanting from .

Bullying can take many forms including:

• Physical bullying which can include kicking, hitting, pushing and taking away belongings;

• Verbal bullying which includes name calling, mocking and making offensive comments;

• Emotional bullying which includes isolating an individual or spreading rumours about them;

• Cyber-bullying where technology is used to hurt an individual – for instance text messaging or posting messages/images on the internet or any form of social media

• Racist bullying occurs when bullying is motivated by racial, ethnic or cultural prejudice.

• Sexual bullying is where someone makes unwanted physical contact or makes sexually abusive comments.

• Homophobic and biphobic bullying occurs when bullying is motivated by a prejudice against lesbian, gay or bisexual people.

• Transphobic bullying occurs when bullying is motivated by a prejudice against people who identify as trans

• Disabilist bullying occurs when bullying is motivated by a prejudice against people with any form of disability.

Saturday, April 3, 2021

First Major Donation

Today has been truly an AMAZING day! Never in a thousand years did we think we would be where we are today, but God has shown us when you give your life to Him and trust and believe in all His words, He will open doors that no man can close. We have received our very first MAJOR DONATION! 12 pallets of cereal made by Post, and just as we have been blessed, we are going to bless so many individuals and families. We will visiting various neighborhoods and surrounding areas to make prepackaged drop offs. If you or anyone you know doesn't catch us then, and you need some cereal for yourself, families, etc., please don't hesitate to contact us via email at, telephone (912) 312-9860, or facebook on our page Grace Oliveira or business page One Hand Washes the Other, Inc. and we will drop it off.

Youth Outreach to Young girls empowerment event

One Hand Washes the Other was invited to bring some young girls to this amazing “Young girl empowerment/anti-bullying event” put together by...