Kara Eisenga believes in giving back to her community and supporting others through her time and monetary contributions. Her philanthropic efforts are cast wide, from close to home to across the world. As a mother of three, Kara has a heart for children. Whether it be helping out at a local food pantry or assembling care packages for students right here in Collier County, or providing essentials and financial contributions to childrens' homes from Mexico to Russia, Kara is thankful for the opportunity to give of her time and resources to better the lives of those less fortunate than her. Kara has served on several mission trips, from inner city Chicago to rural Mexico and many places in between. Whenever possible, Kara enjoys serving alongside her family as it reaffirms to her children, the importance of giving back. She also likes to remind them that we often get more back from giving than we put in - the best example of this was meeting her future husband in the summer of 1996, while serving with Jackson County Ministries in Kentucky. Kara supports and serves in her local church, Center Point Community Church, and she is a court-appointed, volunteer Guardian ad Litem advocating for children of Collier County in foster care.