Our lovely Diane Smith has been volunteer-coordinating at Habitat for Hope for over a year now. Today she turns 45, but once you meet her, you’ll know she doesn’t act a day over 29! We keep em young around here!
We’d have been lost without Diane over the past year – she’s been a true blessing to both her position and to the culture and dynamic of Habitat for Hope. She really stretches her time – even though her primary job is to communicate/disciple/schedule our volunteer team, she also manages to connected deeply with at least one HFH Family at a time. Most recently, she’s fallen in love with Luke Long and his precious family - you can read one of her posts about their family.
In honor of Diane’s birthday, she’s asked if you would consider donating just $45 to HFH, as she continues her work to support families by offering them the relationship and care of our precious volunteers. If you have been touched by our work in some way, connected with a family, or been served by HFH, would you consider honoring Diane with a donation? We thank you, Diane thanks you, and most importantly, OUR FAMILIES thank you!