Fellowship in inclusion and Philanthropy

All posts by Hope Lovell

About Hope Lovell

Hope Lovell is Assistant to the Executive Director at the Downtown Mission of Windsor. Working with the management team Hope is inspired by the tangible difference the Mission is able to make in the lives of the impoverished of her community. She is driven to help the Mission team succeed in continuing to be able to provide and expand the services available to those in need.

Review of Raising Ryland

July 14, 2016

Raising Ryland details the story of Ryland Whittington and her parents’ discovery of the unique child within the seemingly healthy, happy baby girl they gave birth to. Ryland’s parents share the path they traveled to learn that their child had been born profoundly deaf. While managing the decisions and lifestyle changes that arise from this … Continue reading

Why Inclusion is Easy When You are Raised by Hippies…Diversity Not So Much?

May 27, 2016

I was raised by hippies…I don’t know if they thought of themselves that way but that’s what they were. We didn’t go to parks to play – we went to folk festivals. We didn’t have rules so much as opportunities to make mistakes and learn from them. Music was a vital part of our daily … Continue reading

What The Conference And The Fellowship Have Meant To Me…

February 9, 2016

When I first applied and received the scholarship for the Diversity and Inclusion Program I wasn’t sure what to expect. Relatively new to the fundraising field, and like many, not working solely in that capacity, I assumed I had received a truly unexpected gift and would see where it would take me. From the outset … Continue reading