It’s time to shine a spotlight on a CASA volunteer! Meet Heather Kellum, one of CASA’s first volunteers! Heather has a strong passion for children that developed from growing up in a home that was not supportive and loving. After learning about CASA and what advocates do, she felt that
It is time to shine the spotlight on a deserving CASA volunteer! Lloyd Johns did not become a volunteer because of glory. He became a volunteer because he wanted to make a difference in a child’s life. Lloyd became CASA of Cecil County’s first volunteer in 2015, and is now
The CASA Quarterly Volunteer Spotlight shines down on Annmarie Hamilton this winter. The Executive Director of the Cecil County Arts Council and self-proclaimed animal lover is by no way new to volunteering. Prior to CASA, Annmarie volunteered with the Special Olympics, Habitat for Humanity, and animal rescues. Annmarie became interested
You could say that Bruce and Cindy were destined to become Court Appointed Special Advocates. Bruce has been volunteering with children’s organizations all of his life – from little league to 4H, he has been invested in enriching the lives of children since he began a family of his own.
Alan and Andrea jumped into their role as CASA’s in Cecil County as soon as they were able. With a background in school counselling as well as volunteering for CASA in West Virginia, Andrea has always had a heart for helping children in need. While Alan didn’t have the same