Thank You Kathy Peters!
On grocery day, as Kathy Peter’s kids helped carry the extra grocery bags into the house, they knew that soon they would be helping to prepare meals and serve at LINK.
Kathy’s actions and dedication to LINK’s mission underscored her belief in it. She served as West Side Presbyterian’s representative to Lawrence Interdenominational Nutrition Kitchen.
“I remember Mom’s boisterous laugh as she talked to patrons and other LINK volunteers.” ~Chris Peters, Kathy’s son
Certainly such a laugh was filled with love and a fullness for life.
Not only did Kathy leave a monetary legacy to LINK, perhaps more importantly, children Kathy knew as youngsters, have become involved with LINK as adults. Certainly this is a legacy any mother would be proud of.
These critically important relationships and call to service make it possible for us to live our true nature. This is why participating as a volunteer or supporting LINK has such a powerful effect on us.
When you feed people, you also feed your true nature.
Thank you Kathy Peters!
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- Volunteering connects you to others.
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- Volunteering brings fun and fulfillment to your life.
LINK Endowment Fund
Thanks to Kathy Peter’s legacy donation, LINK has set up an endowment fund through DCCF. If you are considering a legacy donation to LINK please contact the Douglas County Community Foundation, or call (785) 843-8727.
Or contact LINK
Give us a call: 785-331-3663