Spring Campaign

2013 Krista Colleague Pledge Drive

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Join us and invest in the colleague community. Pledge today!

It is week 3 of the Colleague Pledge Drive. Thanks so much for joining in this journey of giving. As of last week, Colleague giving has helped us reach $5,285.00 in gifts and pledges; there are over a dozen colleague monthly donors! Our goal this year is to raise $8,000.00 - we're more than halfway there.

Each week, we'll be releasing a video featuring colleagues at different points along the service journey. Today, we're excited to highlight 2005 Krista Colleague Linda Pak who is living a life of service leadership. She works at the Architecture Firm Hoshide Wanzer Williams in Seattle.

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Support the Foundation and be a part of reaching our goal of $8000?
Join other Colleagues as a monthly supporter supporter at the $10 or $25 level! Or, make a one-time gift of $25, $50, $100? All gift levels are appreciated!

A huge bonus: increased gifts by new and current donors will be doubled through a generous matching grant!

Currently in Service? Save your stipend! Not in a season to give? Give as you feel led. Each gift makes a difference and is your endorsement of our work. Please give as you feel led.

Check back at our Facebook page and YouTube Channel next week for a new Colleague video!


 
 

Nissana Nov (2009) and Linda Pak (2003) are on the Krista Foundation Colleague Council and are part of the Friend and Fund Development team. As part of their work, they are tasked with innovating a sustainable financial base for the Krista Foundation.
Nissana was with Act Six Scholarship & Leadership Program at Northwest Leadership Development supporting students in leadership development and transitions from high school to college. She continued service leadership in the Bronx, providing mental health services for students. Linda was a Presbyterian Young Adult Volunteer in Wapato, WA working at Campbell Farm to increase social service access and mentoring to youth. Currently, Linda is an architect at Hashide Wander Wiilliams in Seattle.