Angela Bergerman & Family – Donor Story

Written By DeeAnn Mercier

DeeAnn was the Communications Director at the Lighthouse until 2016

December 13, 2013

Angela Bergerman and her family have helped at many of the Lighthouse Up Capital Campaign events, especially the Lighthouse Radio-thon. Their donation will help the Lighthouse expand the emergency shelters, renovate the supported living suites and provide dedicated programming space which will teach life skills to those that call the Lighthouse home. For the Bergerman family giving back is the best way to give thanks for the blessings they have in their own lives. Thank you to the Bergerman family for their dedication and always being willing to pitch in!

Screen Shot 2013-12-13 at 11.13.42 AMMy youngest daughter and I toured the Lighthouse together. It is truly a wonderful facility – the staff and volunteers are passionate, dedicated people that care about improving the quality of life of the less fortunate and those struggling with mental illnesses and addictions.  In addition to providing a roof, warm meals and friendship, the staff at the Lighthouse offer hope, inspiration and guidance to people who often have nowhere else to turn. 

 My daughter and I left the Lighthouse both thinking how incredibly fortunate we were -We would go home to a warm meal with our loving family, and be safely tucked into our cozy beds that night, counting our many blessings.

 A big thank you from our family to the staff and volunteers at the Lighthouse and to all the donors that allow the lighthouse to maintain its operations – It really is amazing.

–Angela Bergerman & Family

Thank you so much to the Bergerman Family! You too can make a difference in your community. Donate online to the Lighthouse by clicking here.

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