The Foundation partnered with Woodmont Hills Church in Nashville, TN to build an outdoor, lighted basketball court on the church property.
This year, there were over 40 teams that participated and an entire host of volunteers that made the day a success.
This summer the foundation had the priviledge to sponsor several individuals and a couple to attend JH Ranch camp in Northern California.
In March Ty, Nancy and Kendall traveled to Honduras with a group of friends.
The Osman family recently visited with the recipients of Ty’s organs in Dallas.
Mike Huckabee named Ty one of Huck’s Heroes on his radio show.
The one year anniversary of Ty’s death was marked with a celebration of his life and of his giving spirit.
Read the article from The Tennessean and see photos from the ribbon cutting ceremony.
Ty’s family made a recent trip to Texas to meet a man whose life changed when he received two of Ty’s organs.
On Saturday, August 11th, over 300 volunteers pitched in to help restore the former caretaker’s cottage at the Mt. Hope Cemetery.
Ty’s legacy is alive and well in Honduras. Two big service projects were completed on a recent trip.
The Ty Osman II Big Build Project through Both Hands Foundation raised over $60,000—the most ever raised for a project through Both Hands Foundation.