As a destitute single mother at the age of 18, Peggy Larsen faced the uncertainties of providing for her son with no more than a high school education—and the will to survive.
Now, years later, Peggy has started Amber Haven Foundation in hopes of empowering single mothers and young women to not only survive—but to thrive. Peggy and her husband, Jim, have named the organization in honor of their daughter, Amber, who passed away after a brief but beautiful 19 months of life.
All net proceeds from Beyond My Wildest will go to Amber Haven Foundation to help single mothers and young women improve life for themselves, and their families through our 501(c)3, Amber Haven Foundation.
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