Chelsea came to Hummingbird Centre for Hope after meeting Marny and learning more about what HCH is all about. It made sense for her to join the board because she has a passion for helping people, even if it is not an experience she has personally been through.
When Chelsea is not working or volunteering she spends her time with her six year old son Keegan. You can find them participating in activities including swimming, boxing and soccer or relaxing with a game of cards and watching a movie.
Hummingbird Centre for Hope was introduced to Dori by a former Board member, Nicole Schell, and having experienced loss herself, felt this was a great opportunity to support others on a board capacity, especially families with young children, in dealing with loss and grief.
When she isn’t volunteering, her photography ambitions continue as a hobby as well as spending time with her family and playing mom role to her daughter.
You may see Dori or her family actively participating in the various classes or in the gym at the Stork YMCA.
With such heavy involvement in helping families deal with the financial burdens of death, it was a natural move for Beth to become more involved in an organization like The Hummingbird Centre for Hope that specialize in dealing with the other aspects of death and grief.
Beth’s work background includes implementing organizational evolution and redesign, project management, training and development, and supervisory roles.
Working with the Hummingbird Centre for Hope is fulfilling and meaningful to Beth and she looks forward to the exciting things to come for the organization.
He was drawn to HCH by their dedicated and compassionate team and is eager to help in all future undertakings.
When he isn’t glued to the computer screen, he enjoys eating a variety of foods (both fast and other), reading, watching football, and studying for exams.
He is currently taking courses on java and plans to master this in the future.