Snohomish County (WA) Liaisons
to Harvest Vision Ministries
Kylee Wilman was born in Sedro-Woolley, WA.
She is the granddaughter of George and Linda Henson,
the founders of Harvest Vision Ministries.
Kylee grew up going to church in Skagit Valley
and was a member of the first team to San Luis in August 2000.
Kylee has had the chance to watch Harvest Vision Ministries evolve and expand while going on many mission trips including San Luis, Mexico,
and one trip to minister with the First Nations tribes in Alert Bay, BC.
She has a daughter, Madilyn, who was born in June 2008 .
Madilyn has already enjoyed 6 trips to San Luis.
Kylee's daughter, Hailey, who was born in June 2010
has been on 2 of those trips with her mother and sister.
Kylee has helped with designing the website, doing local presentations and fundraising, as well as leading and planning trips to San Luis.
Kylee coordinated the funding for “Madilyn’s House”
which provides a home for 45 orphan or abandoned girls
that sleep on the floor of the
Canaan Foundation school in Mukono, Uganda.
She traveled with her daughters, Madilyn (4), and Hailey (2) to Africa
in June 2013 to get acquainted with her “sisters” there
and encourage people to help with the project.
In November 2013, Kylee represented Harvest Vision Ministries in Africa
for the opening of Madilyn's House.
Kylee and her daughters started the “Harvest Kids” ministry in July 2013,
after visiting Africa for the first time.
The ministry helps meet the needs of vulnerable children in Central Africa.
Kylee and her three children, Madilyn, Hailey, and Clara, live in Granite Falls, WA.
Kylee is on the Harvest Vision Board of Directors serving as secretary helping with overall administrative and financial coordination and ministry oversight
and serves as the Snohomish County Liaison to Harvest Vision Ministries.