Max and Trude Heller, known in the Greenville community as “doers” not “accumulators,” have devoted their lives to public service. Possessing a strong moral and ethical compass, they have led with humility, steadfast love, mercy and justice with others. In 2002, friends of Max and Trude Heller established an endowment in their honor for the purpose of encouraging service to the Greenville community. Furman University’s Collegiate Educational Service Corps, founded in 1966, became the beneficiary of this endowment, allowing Furman students to expand and diversify their opportunities to serve Greenville. We are inspired to continue Max and Trude’s legacy of changing lives and communities, one person at a time. At its advent, Heller consisted of six loyal students. Now, Heller is one of Furman’s largest student organizations with 1200 students (and always counting).