Lorrie was involved with Helping Hands right at the start, supporting behind the scenes when the nonprofit was forming. She was inspired by Millie May’s passion for helping survivors of domestic violence. It was a worthy cause, and Lorrie was happy to step in to help in whatever way she could.
Lorrie doesn’t remember exactly when she became a board member. She says, “It just seemed that, if you were helping, you were on the board! We’ve made such grand strides since we started. Millie would be proud. We were grass roots, yes, but not so much anymore. It’s very much run like a real business.”
Now, Lorrie has decided to include Helping Hands in her will.
It’s the most thrilling gift she’s ever made.