Hands of Honour creates jobs upcycling corporate waste usually heading for landfill. Allow us to collect your obsolete stock or anything deemed ”junk” by you or your company, saving you on waste disposal costs while helping the environment and local community by creating employment and reducing crime. Using the waste materials we create wooden furniture and […]
Hands of Honour collects obsolete stock to transform into upcycled goods. Much of this waste is provided through partnerships with the corporate sector and would otherwise end up in landfills. Workers process the waste, either rehabilitating material or stripping goods for sale of parts. (more…)
We collected 500 damaged Christmas Trees from a large retail group. We managed to upcycle the trees and sold them online and acheter du cialis en ligne at fleamarkets. (more…)
Our upcycled furniture range includes garden benches and an award-winning mobile learning centre with a reading corner, or Angel Book Nook, and activity table for children. (more…)
Introducing our award-winning Angle Classroom on Wheels. This is the answer for Early Learning Centres who lack space, especially those in poor townships. The Reading Corner, our innovative mobile, foldable furniture system, solves this problem by taking up very little space when stored or when in use. (more…)
It took me four hard years to transform a couple of dozen ”soup kitchen loafers” into a force for the greater good, says Paul Talliard, founder of Hands of Honour. (more…)
Richard Slinger went from living in a car to doing the Annual “Blisters for Bread” walk in aid of The Peninsula School Feeding Scheme.
Robin van Wyk, a former Crystal Meth addict, has been transformed into a force for the greater good at Hands of Honour. (more…)
From prison gang member and a poisonous element in his community to having his own supervisor job and paying the annual school fees of poor children in his community, Leyton Fillies is yet another Hands of Honour community success story.