Tracy McKerlie has been a valuable volunteer with Peyton's Promise, Inc. since our inception in 2015. Each year she provides support where it is needed most for our annual golf outing, and spends several months helping us prepare for it. She will be onsite again this year, helping in a variety of areas to make sure everything goes smoothly.
Below, she has answered a few questions for us, underestimating the work she does and the positive impact it has on the outing year after year. This year she has reached out to hundreds of potential donors and is also busy getting everything in place to serve food not once, but twice, during the outing. She will also be helping to facilitate the online auction. Thank you, Tracy, for your support and for believing in our mission. We appreciate your time and hope you know how much it means to us.
Q & A with Tracy McKerlie
Where do you live? I live in Greenfield, IN with my husband and 2 teenage boys.
Where did you go to school? Greenfield Central High School and IUPUI
Do you work? If so, tell us about that (e.g., full-time/part-time, type of work, etc.). I work full time at Hancock Regional Hospital as their Credentialing Coordinator
Is there anything else you would like to share about yourself (spouse, kids, pets, hobbies, etc.)? I am also a fur mama to 3 very spoiled dogs, 2 labs and 1 great dane. My family, dogs included, are my world.
How long have you been volunteering with Peyton’s Promise? I have been volunteering with Peyton's Promise since the first golf outing.
How did you initially become involved? A group of friends came together soon after Peyton's passing. We promised to be there to help carry on Peyton's memory. That's where I will forever be.
What do you do with Peyton’s Promise? I work with collecting donations for the annual golf outing, along with food service during the outing.
What do you think others should know about Peyton’s Promise? Read their Mission Statement.....it will steal your heart and hopefully lead you to volunteer or donate towards this amazing organization.
What is important to you about Peyton’s Promise? A promise was made to Peyton to help provide assistance to families in need. It is very important to me to help keep that promise.