Both Hands and "The Widow, The Orphan, and Me"
Bridges with JT Olson
Today's episode features an interview with J.T. Olson. J.T. Olson is the founder and executive director of Both Hands, an organization that helps adoptive families raise money for adoptions and aid widows in their neighborhoods at the same time. J.T. is also the author of "The Orphan, The Widow, and Me."
You'll also meet the Holland family, composed of Hayes and Megan Holland and their four children, Levi, Lucas, Logan, and adopted daughter Liberty. The Hollands raised money for their adoption of Liberty through a Both Hands project.
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