Providing you with the team to create your individual success!

Providing you with the team to create your individual success!

AFS Pays It Forward

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Nancy Laine


Kate is honored to serve on the Project Transition USA Advisory Board with a powerful group of people who are advocates for our military and our veterans. Project Transition USA is the only 501(c)3 organization that specializes in helping transitioning military and their families learn to utilize the powerful networking and job search technology of LinkedIn.  PTUSA also provides life-changing personal introductions to our transitioning military heroes who are benefiting greatly from being introduced to supportive, military-friendly professionals in the civilian world.

Blue Ridge Discovery Center

Aaron Floyd


This is one of the two "in lieu of flowers" organizations that were chosen when Kate's brother died in 2016. Their purpose is to create a new approach to ecological awareness and outdoor learning that encourages healthful outdoor activity while supporting the growth of a prosperous, sustainable economy based on the Blue Ridge region's amazing natural assets. Kate and her husband spent a lot of time in this area hiking and fishing with her brother and it remains one of her favorite places and BRDC is one of her favorite organizations.

Project Healing Waters

James Christian,
Program Lead SW VA


PHWFF-Virginia is the second of two organizations that Kate choose to receive contributions in his name when her brother died in 2016. Bob was an avid fly fisherman for many years; someday Kate will write a blog about her one and only fly fishing foray with Bob. PHWFF is a national organization that serves injured and disabled military service personnel as well as disabled veterans in their communities. The Virginia chapter was chosen because Bob lived in SW Virginia for more than thirty years. When making donations through the button below, please note "Virginia Chapter in memory of Bob Stetler."

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31 St. James Avenue
Suite 365
Boston, MA  02116



This organization is very personal for Kate.  In February 2021, her 38-year-old nephew was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroendocrine cancer. This was a blow to the family, even more so when his mother died of metastatic breast cancer three months later.     

The Neuroendocrine Tumor Research Foundation is committed to improving the lives of patients, families, and caregivers affected by neuroendocrine cancer by providing information and educational resources.         

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