Both Hands Foundation helps Knoxville widow

By: Courtney Elledge Email
By: Courtney Elledge Email

 To see how you can help, and to learn more about this foundation, click here. 

100% of proceeds benefit a family in need of adoption. 

KNOX COUNTY, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Ethel Williamson got some home renovation work done on Saturday morning. Her bathroom tiles were replaced, along with other items.

Workers were sponsored to help raise money for a couple trying to adopt through the Both Hands Foundation.

Project creator, Jennifer Sanjines said, "It's literally helping two families, it's helping Ms. Ethel make repairs she physically can't do. It's also helping me and my future family adopt from Columbia. Her daughter is really blessed by this today too. I think she's enjoying it as much as miss Ethel."

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