On August 16th, 2018, Nancy Vandenburgh was recognized for her 28 years of service to Willing Helpers' Home for Women. Nancy began her service in 1990. She served for 13 years (1996-2009) as recording secretary and served 6 years as board president (2009-2015). Nancy remains an active board member today.
Current board president, Nelva Teabout, presented Nancy with a bouquet of yellow roses. The yellow roses are symbolic because they were the favorite flower of Rose Knox, who donated the home to the Willing Helpers' Society in 1906, and served as president of the board for many years.
In 2016, Willing Helpers’ Home for Women Inc. became a proud member of the Fulton-Montgomery Regional Chamber of Commerce.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at the home. The chamber president and staff members were on hand as well as the Willing Helper’s Home for Women members of the board and home director Tammy Kruger.