Meet your Coordinator
Matt and his wife, Amy, have a heart for foster care and adoption. Since 2008 they have cared for 23 foster children and have adopted nine children. They feel incredibly blessed! Matt and Amy have more to give and are confident they will continue to foster and adopt children as God provides. They are passionate about spreading the word to help vulnerable children in need. Matt serves full-time for the Pennsylvania Army National Guard as a UH-60 Blackhawk Crew Chief and Deputy Commandant for a Non-commissioned Officers Academy. Matt has a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from Liberty University. Their perspective is to serve God and remain faithful to His calling.
The Stohrer family loves spending time at their cabin, where their children play with their goats, chickens, and guinea hens. They enjoy bike rides on the rail trails, smores around the campfire, and looking for crayfish in the rocks along the stream. They are avid fishermen, and their older boys love spending time in the woods during deer season. Matt is thrilled to be a part of the KeyFam team and looks forward to seeing how God changes the landscape in Lebanon County as the Churches work as a team to meet the needs of vulnerable children.