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Our Goal Is to End Hunger Among Children in the Wenatchee Valley

Small Miracles is a local 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to ending hunger among children in the Wenatchee Valley. Small Miracles’ purpose is to feed hungry children and build a relationship with families to build a healthier community.

2019 Best of East Wenatchee Awards

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Linda Belton
Executive Director

Linda has been married for 34 years and has three children and four grandchildren who she adores.

Linda comes from an extensive background of over 25 years in sales. She has worked at her local church for the past 9-1/2 years and kept things running and managed Congregational Care and Community Outreach.

She has a passion for kids and making sure their basic needs are being met, so they can thrive in school and be happy and healthy.

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Traci Thompson
Board Member
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Carmen Johnson
Board Member
My name is Carmen Johnson and I have been a teacher in the Eastmont School District for almost 20 years. I have 2 boys and love all the Wenatchee Valley has to offer, especially recreationally. I am a part of the Eastmont Summer Library Program and a proud board member and volunteer for Small Miracles. I have seen first hand both the need for and impact of a program like Linda’s. We are able to feed kids over the summer, but we are able to do so much more by providing a sense of community. This sense of community is why I do the work I do and why I feel so strongly about being a part of Small Miracles.
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Shawn Rush
Board Member
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Megan Petersen
Board Member
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Mark Belton
Board Member
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Jeff Davis
Past Board Member

After a very brief sojourn into retirement, Jeff joined Confluence Health in Wenatchee, WA, as VP of Business Development and Special Projects.

Confluence Health is an integrated delivery system in North Central Washington made up of two hospitals and dozens of multi-specialty and primary care clinics spread over a 12,000-square mile area. As VP of Business Development, Davis is involved in a variety of efforts directed toward carrying out the mission of Confluence Health throughout the service area.

Previously, Davis served as president of Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alaska, where he was responsible for all aspects of the company’s Alaska business. In addition, he has served on a variety of boards and commissions, including chair of ACHIA, the AK high-risk pool, a commissioner on the Alaska State Healthcare Commission and board member of the Anchorage Economic Development Council.

Jeff holds a Bachelor’s in Biology from Whitman College and a Master’s Degree in Health Services Administration from the University of Washington.

Suzanne Davis is a multi-talented woman! Not only is she a full-time mom, but she also has a track record of successfully raising significant funds for the causes she supports, including raising almost $1 million dollars over two years for the American Cancer Society in Anchorage. Her artistic abilities and inspirational example as a servant leader have benefited a number of charities. Her talents and accomplishments are all important, but the thing that qualifies Suzanne as a Small Miracles board member above all is her heart for children in need. Whether it is fundraising, contemplating a business plan and future, organizing a food pantry or making lunches, Suzanne puts her whole heart and talents into her work.
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Suzanne Davis
Past Board Member

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After a very brief sojourn into retirement, Jeff joined Confluence Health in Wenatchee, WA, as VP of Business Development and Special Projects.

Confluence Health is an integrated delivery system in North Central Washington made up of two hospitals and dozens of multi-specialty and primary care clinics spread over a 12,000-square mile area. As VP of Business Development, Davis is involved in a variety of efforts directed toward carrying out the mission of Confluence Health throughout the service area.

Previously, Davis served as president of Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alaska, where he was responsible for all aspects of the company’s Alaska business. In addition, he has served on a variety of boards and commissions, including chair of ACHIA, the AK high-risk pool, a commissioner on the Alaska State Healthcare Commission and board member of the Anchorage Economic Development Council.

Jeff holds a Bachelor’s in Biology from Whitman College and a Master’s Degree in Health Services Administration from the University of Washington.

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