Kelli and Micah Fagala are devoted to combating homelessness and hunger. Kelli has raised more than $25,000 for a new facility for homeless families in Union County, N.C. through talent shows, dinners, raffles and love offerings. She also secured a grant through Leon Levine Foundation. Her efforts have already helped her get 20 percent towards her goal of $125,000
Micah started a food pantry at Benton Heights Presbyterian Church and is feeding more than 45 families every month and has impacted more than 175 families since the food pantry began in September.
Together they have raised awareness through newspaper articles, television appearances and events. They feel a special call to help others and will not stop until enough has been raised to build homes for their homeless neighbors.
Micha started a food pantry at Benton Heights Presbyterian Church which feeds more than 45 families each month. She’s impacted the lives of more than 175 families since the food pantry began. The sisters raise awareness for their caueses through local press, TV appearances and events. Their selfless devotion to their community makes them both Daily Points of Light.