At The Hands and Feet Project, our passion is to care for our children with excellence. We have assembled a great crew of full time staff to care for each of our children with the love of Christ. Our full-time staff members have not only given up the comforts of the first world, but have stepped out in faith, raising their own financial support to serve these beautiful children.

The Zornes Family was introduced to the Hands and Feet Project in 2008, and fell in love with Haiti right away. Ryan, an ordained pastor and professional firefighter of 17 years, was the first to visit Haiti. He then brought his wife Alicia, elementary school teacher of 20 years, and their daughter Abby along with him. Every trip they took with HAFP was longer than the last, until they became full-time missionaries living in Haiti.

The Zornes are now using their backgrounds in education, management, emergency services and pastoral care to serve as Child and Family Advocates for the Hands and Feet Project. They also serve as Race Directors for HAFP, traveling between Haiti and their home in Kentucky.




Thank you for your partnership in ministry. As you pray and give, you are participating in the important work of caring for the vulnerable children of Haiti. You may give to the support of a missionary by:
  1. Donating online by clicking the "support" button above
  2. Calling Hands and Feet Project at 877.870.6175
  3. Sending a check to:
    Hands and Feet Project
    P.O. Box 682105
    Franklin, TN 37068
    (Make checks payable to Hands and Feet Project and write Zornes on the memo line)
HAFP missionaries raise support through our Staff Support Fund out of which HAFP covers salary, housing, benefits, and staff-related ministry expenses. HAFP exercises discretion over the use of missionary support in the exercise of its mission and care of its staff.
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