Marking ten months since the night of Jordan's passing, some of his dearest people gathered in Bellingham to contribute their time and talents to an annual fundraising gala benefiting The Sean Humphrey House - a residential service agency for those living with AIDS. We had a great time - and thousands of dollars were given along the way. Finding new ways to live generously has become a way to navigate grief, extend Jordan's legacy, and enjoy one another.
Saturday school never sounded so good. When you arrive to the aroma of pancakes, bacon, sausage, fresh fruit, yogurt and granola, you know it is going to be a great day! Over 100 Lynden high school students were grateful for the delicious food, and the kindness shown to each person. Thank you to all of Jordan's framily for cooking, serving and sharing generosity on this Saturday morning. Some students are planning on gathering a team for "Dodge Generously," our dodgeball t
On this Sunday afternoon, Jordan Slagle's family and friends took handcrafted valentines and homemade cookies to the residents of Avamere Bellingham Care. This is where Jordan's Tata (Grandpa) Juan lives. We visited with residents, shared valentines and left beautifully decorated cookies for their Valentines Day party. Listening to those who are longing to be heard, and seen is generosity. The spirit of Jordan lives on in each one of us.