Loveland Habitat for Humanity is excited to announce Tori Stepp as the organization’s Marketing and Development Director. Tori joined Loveland Habitat for Humanity last June as their Communications Director. Prior to Loveland Habitat, Tori worked as the Communications and Outreach Specialist at the Early Childhood Council of Larimer County in Fort Collins. Tori has a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations from South Dakota State University, and a passion for nonprofit work.

“I am really excited to be in the lead role of fundraising and look forward to new opportunity to connect and collaborate with our community.”

This news comes in response to the retirement announcement by Vince Deely, Habitat’s Development Director for the past 7 years, who is retiring at the end of June.

“For more than seven years, Loveland Habitat for Humanity has been my home,” said Vince. “It has certainly been a privilege to help families own an affordable home and I will miss everyone in the Loveland Habitat community, however, in addition to spending more time with family, I’ll also be volunteering at LHFH construction sites.”

Believing in the vision that everyone deserves a decent place to live, Tori is excited to spread the mission and goals of Loveland Habitat for Humanity throughout the community.

“Tori’s demonstrated abilities, creativity and mission engagement makes her an excellent fit for this role in our organization. We are excited for the innovative strategies and methods that Tori has begun to create, that will positively impact our efforts to raise funds in support of affordable Habitat homeownership” states Cindi Hammond, Executive Director.