Dear Friend of Happy Hill Farm,
I am so excited to share this newsletter with you — for you to read the stories of life change that you make possible. The stories you will find inside this newsletter were featured on the recent Virtual Telethon and Fundraiser where we came together through a virtual video experience to celebrate the last 45 years at Happy Hill Farm. I know you may not have been able to join us online, so I wanted to share these stories with you in our newsletter.
You will read about Happy Hill Farm alumni Captain Heather Shephard who is serving our country in the United States Air Force. You will read about Panashé Siachitema, Happy Hill Farm Alumni who is currently attending Texas Tech University. You will get to meet two amazing current students, Paul and Simeon, who share what it’s like to live and go to school at Happy Hill Farm. And you will see photos of the boys and girls here at Happy Hill Farm.
My goal for every newsletter is to share with you how you are changing the lives of these students.
My grandfather’s vision for Happy Hill Farm was simple, yet profound; he wanted a place for kids who have a lot of potential but not a lot of opportunity to flourish and become successful young people.
That’s exactly what supporters of Happy Hill Farm like you do for low opportunity children—provide the nurturing that kids need to reach their God-given potential and flourish. We realize with your prayers and support, together we become an unstoppable force in the lives of thousands of children, teens, and young adults.
Please take a moment and consider donating today to continue your support.
I have seen childcare facilities all over the United States, and none are quite
like Happy Hill Farm. Because Happy Hill Farm does not receive annual tax funding, we can openly share the Gospel and teach our students real American values.
Thank you for making Happy Hill Farm an educational beacon of freedom and faith. The work we do together is making generational changes.
Chief Development Officer