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Lisa Patterson. Founder of TABLE Ministries

Lisa Patterson.  Founder of TABLE Ministries.  None of us are immune to life’s unfortunate situations.  The difference between some and others is that some of us have friends and family that we can turn to for support and others don’t.  My passion is to acknowledge, befriend and care for those who don’t.  

I use my educational background in marketing, my God-given talents as an administrative specialist and an encourager, along with my heart of a servant to improve the lives of those whose basic needs of life are being threatened in my community.

I’m on a mission to attract others who share the same heart and passion who are willing to collaborate in ways to serve our hungry, our homeless and our hopeless.  Because every life matters.
 

Lisa Clark.  Co-Founder.  Lisa Clark is the Co-Founder of TABLE Ministries, where she brings over twenty-five years of experience in business administration in both the non-profit and private sectors.    Lisa provides guidance for operational excellence and assists the Founder in the areas of programs, community awareness training, administration, communications and building collaborative relationships.   

In her personal life, Lisa enjoys teaching bible studies and serving on short-term Mission trips.  She has been blessed to serve internationally in Jamaica, England, Belgium and Thailand; as well as serving in local national mission opportunities.  She and her husband, Robert, have been married for 20 years and have two teenage children.  They are active members of Cross Pointe Church.   
 

Lisa Clark, Co-Founder

Barbara O'Harra

Barbara O'Harra.  Barbara joined TABLE Ministries in July 2017 as Volunteer Coordinator and has always had a heart for helping those around her.  When working with State of Florida Department of Welfare Services, she saw first-hand just how easy it was to get lost in the system and that any of us could be in a similar situation in the blink of an eye.  Barbara believes life is lived in the small things and while we cannot always fix the big issues, we can always lend a hand, shoulder or ear to those around us and make their day better.

LaToya Crump moved to Georgia from Illinois which has been an exciting journey and much warmer climate. I’ve been in the Office Administration/Customer Service field of work for over 20 years with a Certificate in Home Health Care. I’m very passionate about the elderly, and the well being of others. “It Takes A Village” has been a lifestyle for me so giving back, lending a helping hand, and being able to encourage others is a part of who I am. My amazing friends and family have made a huge difference in my life and because of their selflessness I am now able to pay it forward.

LaToya Crump