Today, we are recognizing Mrs. Patti Dunegan. She has been a huge help here at Carried To Full Term. She has put in many hours of her time to mentor and guide the moms through the seasons of ups and downs in their life. She has given not only time but also essential baby items, direction, and shown true unconditional love to the moms in attendance. Thank you Patti!!
Today we are spotlighting Liz Paiz. She has been dedicated to Carried To Full Term for two and a half years. She has dedicated many hours of her own time to the moms and their well-being. She has stayed over night with the young moms to assist with protection. She has taken them to interviews, doctors appointments and she babysits.
She is also a mentor, a team lead and an advocate of our mission. Her passion is, as always, greatly appreciated, and her work is a great blessing to Carried To Full Term.
Recently, she experienced a health challenge.
We are thankful to God for answering the prayers of many who were praying for her. We miss her. We love her and we are continuing to pray for her quick recovery! Thank you Liz!🙏🏽
For those of you who’ve spent
Mr. Charles has a degree in information systems from Strayer University and worked for the Xerox Corporation for 45 years. Carried To Full Term was literally in its second full year operationally and was in need of a bookkeeper. His wife Gail, had already joined the organization as a houseparent. She later went on to become a mentor. Gail shared that her hubby had bookkeeping
It’s no surprise to anyone who knows him, Mr. Charles is very community-minded and he eventually agreed to take on the responsibility of creating a bookkeeping system for the infant organization. To date, he has done an incredible job and we are truly appreciative of his time and support. Additionally, he has served on several homeowner associations, member of the Xerox Community Involvement Committee, and volunteered for many Habitat for Humanity projects in Loudoun County.
Thank you, Mr. Charles for all you do for Carried To Full Term!