The Ambassadors Council supports Our Little Roses Foreign Mission Society through fundraising and outreach. The Council works closely with the Board of Directors to secure the necessary funds used to expand the Mission’s ability to house, educate and care for at-risk girls in Honduras. Ultimately, we help empower girls and young women to become confident, independent, and successful adults.
The Ambassadors Council is a group of people in different professions, living all over the country who share a passion for the work of Our Little Roses Ministries – empowering and transforming the lives of at-risk girls in Honduras through education and love.
As representatives of Our Little Roses Foreign Mission Society, AC members spread the word about OLR and assist in the organization’s fundraising efforts. Excited to give their time, AC members work together, utilizing their individual talents to help reach our goals.
Ambassadors Council members have access to networking and meaningful relationship-building opportunities with other leaders within the ministry, including the Board of Directors.
The Ambassadors Council meets monthly on a virtual basis. At these meetings AC members connect and are kept informed on what is happening in Honduras, given access to various professional training opportunities and supplied with many tools and resources.
All of the above is to prepare and equip our members for the real work which is done between meetings. That’s when we roll up our sleeves and use our time and talents to:
It is important to us that our ambassadors have the opportunity to have first-hand knowledge of Our Little Roses Ministries and that we make opportunities available to develop a deep sense of community. With this in
mind, and as your circumstances allow, we hope you will also commit to:
*We highly encourage these visits but understand there may be extenuating circumstances for some individuals.
Dr. Frederick Dawson
Young Professionals President
Reverend Nelson (Rocky) Dworak
Mary Cary Peterson
FL & NC
Melissa Von Stade