Pam Muir Joins HOPE’s Ambassador 5 Circle to Support our Work with a Major Gift
by Ian Nevarez
For more than two decades, Pam Muir has been a tireless advocate for people with developmental disabilities. In the formal capacity as a conservator for this population at Inland Regional Center she has championed their rights, and by sitting on boards of nonprofit organizations she has steered support in their direction. Currently, Pam is a Board Member for the Del Harbor Foundation that has contributed nearly $600k to the mission of HOPE since 2012. She has also been a direct donor to our cause. Since 1999, she has given more than $15,000 of her personal finances to HOPE. Her most recent gift came earlier this year and was in the amount of $5,000. This gift qualified her for our Ambassador 5 Circle.
Members of HOPE’s Ambassador 5 Circle are among some of our most important donors. They are bound together by a shared commitment to HOPE’s mission of providing stable, affordable housing for adults with developmental disabilities. This select group of individuals and companies has committed $5,000 or more to our work, allowing us to move quickly when extraordinary opportunities arise.
Pam is an inspiration to our team. Her most recent donation empowers those which we serve to live with increased independence as active and contributing members of their community. Thank you, Pam, for helping HOPE change people’s lives.
If you are interested in supporting the creation of future HOPE homes, please consider joining the Ambassador 5 Circle here.