The representatives of Flicker Records and Audio Adrenaline ¡V Bob Herdman, Mark Stuart, and Will McGinniss have announced the launch of the Hands & Feet Project in Haiti. The mission project's objective is dedicated to building a communities and cottages to raise orphans in Haiti who suffer political upheaval and extreme poverty on a daily basis.
Hands & Feet Project is an autonomous ministry which was founded by members of Audio Adrenaline and the leadership of Flicker Records. The project will be under the guidance and leadership of Drex and Jo Stuart, parents of co-founder Mark Stuart and lifetime missionaries who have previously served in Haiti. The foundation was named after Audio Adrenaline's hit single's name for being the Hands and Feet of the Gospel.
To seed the funding of the Hands & Feet Project, Audio Adrenaline and Flicker Records have committed financial resources for the foundation's development and launch. The band is even holding auctions for a concert on the multi-visited commercial site, eBay. Audio Adrenaline is raising money through other souvenirs and gear on the auction site in support of the foundation.
"All of us in Audio Adrenaline have felt Go's call to make a difference," say¡¦s front man Mark Stuart. "We are building a community of homes through the Hands & Feet Project, a non-profit organization dedicated to the health, welfare, and education of the orphaned children of Haiti. Many years ago my parents were missionaries in Haiti. They left there because my sister had leukemia, and was admitted to St. Jude¡¦s Children¡¦s Hospital. Praise God she was cured. Through all of this, I¡¦ve come to know a lot about Haiti, and from trips there, have seen first hand the poverty the children live in surrounded by the despair of a 4th world country."