Local Businesses Giving Back, With Love

Happy Wednesday and another opportunity to highlight one of our local business heroes: New England Institute for Marriage and Family Therapy (NEIMFT). Their founder, Evan Sorensen is not only our largest donor but also our biggest supporter, H4H’s Vice President, my husband, the father to our two children, Hannah and Elijah and my best friend. We couldn’t possibly even exist without his help and partnership and with every fiber of my being I couldn’t be more grateful for our marriage in business and in life. 

When Honduras was first mentioned in our family 6 years ago, it was a precarious notion to even consider going on a mission trip with our 15 year old daughter. Never did we dream that we’d travel to this country regularly, form an organization to help their future and call them family. But with each step in our journey, Evan has continually said yes. He’s sacrificed countless hours in conversation planning, learning, praying, counseling, FaceTime, waiting on me. He’s been patient and kind, generous and selfless… like the 1 Corinthians 13 verse about love! He’s been my absolute rock through it all and especially through our loss with Alex, our first Honduran son. We mourned his lost life together while coming to grips with the fact that God took Alex’s life before he lost his soul. I’m forever thankful for the love I have in Evan: my gift from God. 

Thank you Evan Sorensen and New England Institute for Marriage and Family Therapy for the many ways you help individuals and relationships heal and grow. And, we personally, want to thank you for your dedication to Heart4Honduras and being an annual Rock Run Raiser sponsor. We couldn’t do any of this without you. And together, we’re making a world of difference!



About New England Institute for Marriage and Family Therapy
With offices in Bedford and Hampstead, NEIMFT staff provides counseling to individuals, families and couples in southern New Hampshire. They provide skills and techniques to help individuals, couples and families achieve greater degrees of closeness, intimacy, personal meaning and fulfillment. Their clients are able to have a safe environment either in person or online to learn, grow and overcome barriers that have kept them from achieving personal growth into achieving their full potential. For more information or to contact Evan directly, visit their website at www.neitherapy.com or send an email to marriageinstitute@comcast.net

Published by Julie Sorensen

Living in southern NH, I am an art director, painter, runner, wife and mom to 3 amazing young people...

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