Meet our Board of Directors
Social Worker / Community Volunteer
"I believe that when a child experiences trauma they deserve excellent resources, to address, heal, and move beyond those concerns. Children are one of the most important aspects of a community; they are our joy, a motivation to make the world a better and safer place, and they are our future. I am grateful to The CARE House team for taking care of our community’s children with compassion and excellence."
"The CARE house is important, because children need adults with integrity to advocate for them."
All Saints' Episcipal Day School
"The Care House is important to me because it was an amazing resource when my family and I needed it."
McLeod Hospital System
"Throughout my career, as a nurse, taking care of children and women was part of my job. Today it has become my passion. Working on the CARE House Board allows me to fulfill that passion to make the world, if only our little corner, better and safer for today's children."
Retired City of Florence
" I want to help educate our local community regarding child abuse and neglect, in order that we can effectively, and efficiently respond and, most importantly, ensure the child victim’s needs are met. "
Francis Marion University
"As a professor who researches trauma writing and abuse narratives, I recognize the importance of giving space to those stories and value organizations that support survivors. When I first learned about The CARE House of the Pee Dee, I knew I had to be involved in some way — and am honored to assist with its mission by serving on the board."
Aiken Bridges Law Firm
“The CARE House is a place where children can feel safe, loved and special at a time when they are their most vulnerable. I feel proud to serve with my fellow board members to play our small role in supporting this most important mission.”
Finance of America Mortgage
The CARE House is a huge asset for the Pee Dee. As a father of three, I want to do my part to help make sure that not only my kids are safe, and would have a place to find help if anything where to happen to them, but that the same service is available for ALL children.”