I often talk about how your prayers and support not only impact the lives of the boys and girls who come to Happy Hill Farm — but also help to change the trajectory of the families who send them and the communities they go on to be a part of in their adult lives.
That’s why I am excited to share this special Alumni Takeover newsletter with you. Inside this special newsletter, you will read four stories written by Happy Hill Farm alumni.
- You will hear from Anteneh Solomon who graduated in 1998 and now lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife and two daughters.
- You will hear from Casey Williford who graduated in 2014 and has successfully climbed the corporate ladder to be an Operations Supervisor with J.B. Hunt Transport.
- And you will hear from Elias Demisse and Marko Vulovic who have completed their college education and are now embarking upon careers in Physical Therapy and Information Technology.
Each of these alumni are thankful for the opportunities given them at Happy Hill Farm. And they all seek to pay it forward by being strong servant leaders within their families, workplaces, and communities.
This Fall we will welcome more than 50 new boys and girls to Happy Hill Farm. They will join with students who are returning to us and combined with our day-school students, we will have more than 200 students on campus. These students will go on to become Happy Hill Farm alumni making a difference in the world, like Elias, Marko, Casey, and Anteneh. But, we need your help.
Will you make a gift today to help ensure our existing and new students have all of the resources and opportunities needed to make the most of their education and upbringing? Happy Hill Farm relies solely on support from individual donors. We do not accept any state or federal funding. This allows us to welcome children with open arms and freely share the love of Christ with EVERY child.
Please give today and thank you for your support!