Legacy of Love

Often times, the hobbies and creative skills that people have are handed down from generation to generation, as a Legacy of Love and Learning.  Helpertunity honors those elders who have passed on their talents to others, and invites Helpertunity's Friends and Contributors to post "Legacy of Love and Learning" Memorials to Helpertunity's Facebook Page, or submit them for inclusion on this Helpertunity Project Page.  Send e-mails and photo attachments to:  Eileen@Helpertunity.org.    "Legacy of Love and Learning" Memorials can also be submitted in writing (Please provide only COPIES of photos or items to be displayed.  Delicate letters, antique photos, or precious prayer cards are not guaranteed in the mail or  to be safely returned).   Mail to:  Helpertunity - Legacy of Love and Learning, PO Box 1956, Apopka, FL  32704-1956.  Memorial Contribution Checks can be made payable to "Helpertunity" and sent to the same address.  Online Contributions should be marked with "Legacy of Love" and the "Honoree's Name" on the Memo Line, or in the Special Instructions section of the Paypal Page.

Legacy of Love & Learning Honorees:

Geraldine Gill:  Taught Eileen Callejas how to Crochet when she was only 7 years old.


James Hubbard:  Was a Shriner's Clown and Inspired Eileen Callejas in the art of Clown Ministry.


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