“Everybody can be great…because anybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve. You don’t have to make your subject and verb agree to serve. You only need a heart full of grace. A soul generated by love”
-Martin Luther King
Family Service Volunteers
The individuals below have committed to serve as our on call Family Service Volunteers to care for families directly in the hospital following the birth of their beloved baby. To become a Family Service Volunteer they have successfully completed a training program that properly prepares them to provide high quality and compassionate care for the babies and families they meet in the hospitals.
The Haven Network is honored to have them serve on our behalf as Family Service Volunteers:
Professional Photographer Volunteers
The individuals below have committed their time and talents as professional photographers to photograph baby and family in the hospital providing heirloom quality photographs for the family. Working side by side with the Family Service Volunteer they capture the details and beauty of the baby individually and with his or her parents and siblings, documenting priceless treasured memories for the families.
We are honored to have these photographers volunteer their time and talents:
Erica Hafferty, Photographer
Erica has been a volunteer photographer since 2017. She is owner of E&H Photography.
Kelly Hubert, Photographer
We are so happy to have Samantha Strohfus join us here at The Haven by volunteering her time to be our Donation Coordinator! As our Donation Coordinator she will be managing the inventory, donation record keeping, organizing all the baby clothes and supplies that are donated, and more.
“Life is an opportunity to contribute love in your own way”
Volunteers are the heart of the programs and services we provide to families in our community. We are grateful to each person who takes time out of their day to serve at The Haven Network. Because our program relies on volunteers we are always looking for people to help out and here are a few ways one can:
*Family Services Volunteers (training required)
*Photographers (training required)
*Crafters: knitting, crocheting, paper crafters, jewelry makers, sewers