We began helping our small community of Castle Rock, the first Christmas after the accident by doing toy drives in Harlie’s honor. We did this for two years before we decided that we have a bigger mission. We want to tell Harlie’s story of love and faith to everyone who will listen. We began making comfort bags for the children going into foster care. Each bag contains a teddy bear, blanket, a book, underwear, socks and a pair of pj’s. Last year we gave out 200 bags to the Department of Social Services to help the children in need. We also took on a construction project at the end of the year which changed our vision a little. More and more people have wanted to donate to our vision. So, with support from our friends and family, we have taken the step to make Harlie’s Angels more than just a small community give back program. We applied for our Non-Profit status and we are proud to say that Harlie’s Angels is ready to serve the children and adults in need. We want everyone to know of the love that our Lord feels for them.

About Harlie’s Angels


Think Big. Act Bigger.

Harlie had an attitude that she could accomplish anything she set out to do. She had a great work ethic and an awesome love for adventure. Harlie was full of energy and always had a smile on her face. She was a four-sport athlete competing and earning her Varsity letter in Volleyball, Basketball and Track. Harlie also competed on an elite softball team in the summers.

Harlie was on track to complete her Associates degree by the time her high school graduation rolled around. She had many goals she wanted to accomplish in her career including being an art teacher for special education students, child phycologist, journalist and for fun she wanted to take a trip to Africa and count how many spots giraffes have.

Harlie loved the Lord and told everyone in her path about his love. She had just completed her first mission trip and she was actively involved in Fellowship of Christian Athletes in our community.

On August 19, 2013, Harlie and her sister Courtney were walking right outside our driveway when they were both hit by a car. Courtney was hit first and the car crushed the left side of her body and she was thrown into a ditch.

When Harlie was hit, the impact of the car, took her life immediately.  The catastrophic events of that night were ruled accidental. Instead of taking the pain of losing one child and almost crippling our second child, we have chosen to follow God’s plan for our lives.

About Harlie’s Angels

UPDATE: We were able to raise $5,000 within this 2 week challenge. Thank you!

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Our CHALLENGE to you, our awesome supporters. We want to share Harlie’s story with more people on this anniversary.Tell 5 people about Harlie or Harlie’s Angels and ask them donate$5 (or more) to our mission.💕 5 years….5 people…..$5. 💕



Together we make all the difference



Over 400 comfort bags were made and delivered to the Department of Social Services since 2013.


The beginning of December each year, we assemble 50 warm weather/hygiene bags and pass them out at the Community Meal offered at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Longview, WA


Each year we are able to adopt several families in need during the Christmas season. Our focus is centered around middle and high school teens. Each family received bags of groceries for a Christmas dinner along with presents.


This past year, we assembled a team of volunteers and we completed some very necessary repairs on a house in Cowlitz County.


The Boulevard Teen Center. In 2017, we change our mission to focus more on the teen population. 


Harlie’s Angels thrives to equip and empower teens to grow into God-loving, responsible, caring, young adults through sports, service and fellowship.

Would you like to volunteer with Harlie’s Angels? There are many ways you could help including: Filling comfort bags, help spread the word of our organization with friends and family members, or help with a construction project. This year, our goal is to do an outreach in 3 states including Michigan, Wisconsin, and Washington. Consider being a part of our team and spread Harlie’s message of faith and life to others.

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