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Meet your Coordinator

Morgan’s passion for seeing the Church better care for vulnerable children began just out of college, when she worked as a case manager with CYF-involved children & families in York City, PA. Morgan was deeply impacted by her experience working with vulnerable children and their biological families, and also saw the challenges in the child welfare system and the importance of strong, Believing foster families first-hand. Morgan also completed her Masters of Social Work at Millersville University during this time. Like many social workers who work in this demanding field, Morgan experienced burn-out and returned to the agriculture field that she had grown up in, including time working as a Farm Manager for a non-profit. However, she continued to follow the work of Keystone Family Alliance (then the Centre County Orphan Care Alliance) through all this time, feeling that it provided just the type of resources that the children and families she worked with so desperately needed. Upon returning to Indiana County in January 2022, Morgan was thrilled to learn of Keystone Family Alliance’s expansion and work in Western PA and was honored to help start this movement in the Indiana County community. She longs to see every vulnerable child in a loving, stable family where they experience the transforming love of Christ, the Church rise up as the most equipped and active shepherd of vulnerable children here on earth, and the System positively impacted through the influence of Jesus-followers displaying the fruits of the Spirit. Morgan and her husband, Travis, married in October 2023, and are proud owners of the most adorable, sweetest Australian Shepherd, Riley. They are active in Morgan’s family farm in Smicksburg, Indiana County, and when they aren’t farming, the Wunsch family enjoys spending time in the great outdoors while camping, hiking, fishing, and hunting.

County Events
Visit our Events Page for more details on all upcoming Keystone Family Alliance events!
Here are some great resources in Indiana County. Contact the Coordinator for more resources!
Christian Alliance for Orphans (CAFO)

The Christian Alliance for Orphans unites more than 200 respected organizations and 850+ church members. Our joint initiatives inspire and equip Christians to effectively live out the Bible’s call to care for orphans and vulnerable children.

Indiana County Children & Youth Services

Indiana County CYS ensures the protection of children from the damaging effects of abuse and neglect, facilitates services within the community, and empowers families to provide for their children in a safe environment and enable them to reach their full potential.

The CARE Center of Indiana County

The CARE Center provides a safe, child-friendly environment for children who may have been sexually abused to tell their story. The CARE Center also promotes healthy families through; Family Preservation Services, Nurturing Parent Groups, Supervised Visitation, and Community Outreach and Education.

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