Keveli Music’s mission statement, which includes donating proceeds from its publication sales to non-profit charitable organizations, especially those that serve the needs of children, is similar to the manner in which Heather committed her life to children. Having adopted four children, Heather was deeply committed to serving organizations that promoted adoptions, including the Colorado Heritage Camps for Adoptive Families. Heather was active in her church, Crossroads Fellowship, where she was undoubtedly active in the church’s “Mercy Ministries” that supports bike repairs for children and adults.
“Heather was always the type of person who put others before herself. That was reflected in every aspect in her life…her marriage, her children and her church.”
– Rev. Mike McLaughlin
Heather volunteered her time at the Dale House Project in Colorado Springs. Dale House, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, reaches out to delinquent, neglected, and abused teenagers who cannot return to their families. Within the context of community living, the goal of Dale House is to teach these youth the skills necessary to live independently. At the request of Ray and Molly Cramer, Keveli Music donates, in Heather’s name, all proceeds from the sales of From Glory To Glory to the Dale House Project.