Welcome Aaron Hager to Our Board!
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Welcome Aaron Hager to Our Board!

News - Aaron Heger

Aaron developed a passion for helping others as a teen, working with organizations focused on providing homes for foster children and orphans, both in the Northwest and abroad. He has seen first-hand how a single person giving of their time or resources can have a world-changing impact on the life of someone in need.

“The reality of homelessness can seem daunting and insurmountable. There is hope, however, in the fact that the actions of a single person can absolutely have impact and change the life of someone in need, forever. When you choose to help, your giving is not an unnoticed drop in the ocean – your actions truly give life to another human being. You need to understand you have impact.”

Aaron most enjoys the gift of time with his wife, Karina, and kids – Havana, Mia and Waylon. He is also passionate about mentoring, Tough Mudder races, gardening, cooking, wine and football. He will consider his own life a success if his wife and kids enjoy a happy home and he is able to impact other lives along the way.