LACONIA — The Faith Hope and Love Foundation has announced that Hillary Ayers has joined its board of directors.
Ayers lives in Gilmanton and currently works as a NH certified level II Para Educator at the New Hampton Community School.She is an Americorps NCCC alumni volunteering for such organizations as Habitat for Humanity, the Arkansas Children's Hospital, and Trail Maintenance. She currently volunteers her time working with autistic children.
Ayers said that she looks forward to the opportunity to be part of a positive network of women making a difference in the community.
Co-Founder Laura Brusseau said that FHL is lucky to have Hillary. ''Her enthusiasm and passion for making a difference in the lives of children aligns perfectly with the mission of FHL to bring relief to children and youth suffering from poverty, hunger and homelessness and to bring them faith and love, so that they may accomplish all of their dreams.''
Up next for FHL is their annual scholarship due February 14 and their signature event- The 8th annual Gowns for Girls which will be held Saturday April 12 at the Meredith Bay Colony Club. The foundation will begin collecting dresses in March.
The Faith, Hope, and Love Foundation is a 501-c-3 not of profit organization. It was founded in 2006 by Jessica Dutille and Brusseau. Since 2006 they have awarded thousands of dollars to area youth in need.
Hillary Ayers (Courtesy photo)