Matt Hoffpauir Appointed To “The Adoptive Families Of Houston” Board Of Directors Marketing Chair
Apache Interactive’s founder, Matt Hoffpauir, was voted in as the new Marketing Chair on The Adoptive Families Of Houston board of directors during the April 6th member meeting.
Adoptive Families of Houston (AFH) is a 501c3 non-profit organization established to help adoptive families benefit from the education, guidance, and support of professionals and parents who have shared in the unique experience of adoption.
With the needs of adoptive parents and children in mind, Adoptive Families of Houston offers a variety of activities each year including educational programs, monthly playgroups for the children and an annual family picnic.
The Adoptive Families Of Houston’s Goals
- To educate parents on topics unique to adoptive families
- To provide a supportive environment where adoptive parents and adoptees can feel comfortable discussing issues related to adoption
- To provide opportunities for all members of the adoptive family to socialize with others who have been touched by adoption
- To provide adopted children with a sense of belonging through friendships with other adoptees
When asked to comment on why The Adoptive Families of Houston was important to him, Matt replied that “The founder of The Adoptive Families of Houston, Kathie Otte, helped guide my family through the adoption process. The education she was able to give us was eye opening, and with her assistance we were able to navigate the difficult process of adopting our baby boy. Before we started working with Kathy and The Adoptive Families of Houston organization, there were so many aspects of the adoption process that seemed mysterious and finding answers was difficult. It shouldn’t be that way and I want to help others families to have the same support, before and after the adoption process, that my family had.
I plan on using my 20 years of digital marketing experience to help them reach a greater number of adoptive families, potential adoptive families, and adoptees in the Houston area.”