Whitney’s work at Children’s HopeChest as Partner Development Manager is to connect others who share her passions of justice and advocacy to HopeChest’s invitation to community transformation. Today she shares her powerful and vulnerable story of how social work and adoption led her to work with HopeChest.
Category: Personal Impact
Wil, Vice President of Strategic Development, shares his personal narrative of how an experience in Ethiopia’s red light district ignited a passion for connecting individuals to defending the cause of vulnerable children.
The homemade PVC-framed curtains are up. The pharmacy is readily staffed. We are flush with physical therapists wielding braces and canes. We have enough fluoride
We met Vitalik back on a partner visit in 2009 to Kameshkevo Orphanage. Vitalik had only been at the orphanage for a short time, maybe
In December of 2010, I had to evacuate a large city in the middle of riot. As we drove toward a border country, we evaded
Prior to this trip we were told we’d be doing “something different.” We wouldn’t be making “Home Visits” but instead, we’d have something called “Community Time” with parents and guardians of the children at Tullo CarePoint. This was something new and totally foreign to us. To say we were disappointed is an understatement. Reasons had been explained, however, and we were all somewhat willing to “try something new.”
I love how theology and business are tied together in my day-to-day job and how God has prepared me to accomplish His will in places like Pueblo Modelo in Guatemala.
From touch-down in Moldova we received a crash course in the history of Empire: Moldova is the little country that has literally been bought, traded,