I have the privilege of working with many talented and generous people. More examples of those practicing deliberate generosity. Today, I’m introducing three dedicated individuals who each decided on their own they want to do something for orphans in need. They found us on volunteermatch.org as they sought out opportunities. Today they are making our mission their own. Each oneusing their talents and skills to help our partners build awareness and funds about building projects that will better serve the orphans in their care. We can’t do it all but we can all do something.
They each took the next step after learning about what we do. They said… how can I help.
Diana Ricketson lives in Atlanta and her mission is to help make life better for orphans from right where she is. She’s engaging her marketing and social networking skills to that end. Her heart and motivation inspires me. She lives for likes, so do us a favor… like our page on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/200Orphans
Dorie Lincoln also took the next step and connected with us when she heard about our mission. She’s developing skills in coding and web design. Well, guess what we needed! Dorie is helping us enhance our image and soon we’ll see the results of her dedication and effort. She too has a heart for orphans and using her skills and talents to make the life of an orphan just a bit brighter. Watch for our new site in the next few months.
Albert Hur engaged with us almost two months ago and is intense about helping our cause through social networking. His goal is to engage our followers and friends and see results through making a greater impact building projects for the orphans. For him, results are in people pressing that GIVE button and following up with a donation!
The best thing is, they all have embraced the vision and are doing what they can to make a difference. They are so much fun to work with I can only say thank you. Each one brings joy to my heart and a smile to my face. Our virtual meetings are delightful and I can only see more orphans having safety, shelter and sustainability as a result.
We can’t do it all… but we can all do something.
Thank you Diana! Dorie! Albert. You rock.