Elaina Broadwell and her family have supported Table of Grace in so many ways through the years. Just this past year alone the Broadwell’s have helped financially, they have volunteered their time to help organize our storage facility, helped us ensure we had things needed for our kid’s welcome baskets, and organized a drive with their friends and neighbors for Easter baskets, Christmas for our kids and needed school items. They all have such giving hearts and we appreciate them more than we can ever say.
When asked her “why” this is what Elaina had to say.
“In our home we have always taught our girls that we have a moral and social obligation to help others. This teaches empathy, provides a sense of purpose, and teaches our girls that the world is much bigger than just our own community. We don’t all walk in the same shoes and each of us has our own crosses to bear but no matter what our situation we can always extend a helping hand and make life better for someone who needs a little help. Our girls have realized it sometimes takes a village and they have been able to gather their friends together to make Easter baskets, collect school supplies, and organize donations for Christmas. It is becoming second nature to lend that helping hand and they now have friends proactively asking “Is it time to start making Easter baskets for Table of Grace?” It’s amazing to witness this display empathy, love and service by our girls and their friends. We thank the Table of Grace for allowing us to participate and make a difference.”
Kids learn from what they see and the Broadwell family are an amazing example of love, grace, and leadership.