Our team is growing!

Please join us in welcoming the newest member of the 410 Sponsorship Program, Danielle Cruz!   Danielle has taken the roll of Sponsorship Program Coordinator, and we are so excited to have her as part of our Alpharetta team!

She recently relocated to Georgia after having spent the better part of the last 8 years working in the music industry.  During that time, she worked for the Gospel Music Association as registrar and membership coordinator.  A surprising change happened when Danielle suddenly found herself touring as a Christian Music artist in a group called Kimber Rising.  Her love for child sponsorship began during that time, as part of their ministry included representing and spreading awareness of a child sponsorship program.  Although Danielle has yet to travel to Africa or Haiti, she has always had a huge heart for both, and is excited to be part of an organization so largely invested in their spiritual and physical health.

We are thrilled to have her and looking forward to seeing all the ways God will allow her to use her gifts and talents to serve others!  Welcome, Danielle!

Danielle, pictured with her adorable niece, who she totally claims as her own!

 

 

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