Our dedicated team is working tirelessly to help end homelessness in The Greater Seacoast Area.
Founder and Director of Seeds of Faith Ministries
She began the organization out of her simple desire to “help the homeless.” Since its inception in 2002, Theresa’s dream has grown in ways she never could have imagined, with approximately 100 volunteers working in over 12 community-based programs under her direction and guidance. Theresa’s ongoing vision to help the less fortunate is the heart and soul of the organization. Her passion for opening the Lydia’s House of Hope Transitional Housing is at center of her vision.
Theresa lives in Maine with her husband, her three children, and her grand baby. When she isn’t busy directing Seeds of Faith, Inc., Theresa enjoys being at home, cooking lasagna and meatballs, and spending time with her Lord and Savior, and her family.
Administrator / Marketing
A graduate of the University of New Hampshire, Whittemore School of Business, Sarah has 25 years combined experience in sales, marketing, communications, fundraising, event planning, website design, volunteer organization, strategic planning and non-profit management.
Making her home in Rochester, NH, Sarah is happily married to her husband and together they have a son and daughter.
Passionate about making a difference, Sarah is captain of two teams that benefit the American Cancer Society – Relay for Life and Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.
Sarah enjoys spending time with family and friends, camping and dancing.
Direct Care Evening Staff
“It is inspirational to see mothers working hard toward goals in their lives and reaching them. The children are a blessing and a joy to work and play with,” says Karen. She enjoys working with the mothers and their children.
During the day, Karen works at Idlehurst Elementary School in Somersworth. She likes spending time with her two granddaughters, ages 12 and 15.
Assistant Case Manager
Lisette is a military wife and mom to a wonderful, fun and loving two year old boy. She recently moved across country from San Diego, California to New Hampshire. She is originally from Cancun, Mexico but moved to San Diego, California when she was 18.
Lisette has a BS in Child and a Family Development from San Diego State University. During her undergraduate program, she volunteered at different preschools (state funded and privately funded as well) and worked as a Child Development tutor at a community college. After graduating, she worked as a Case Manager for an adoption support program for seven years. She is currently in the process of completing her Masters in Social Work from University of New Hampshire.