August Volunteer Spotlight – Casie Hampton!
August 9, 2021
Casie Hampton is our August Volunteer Spotlight! Casie has been volunteering with BSM every summer for the last 4 years! Her diligence and passion for volunteering and supporting the community are values instilled in her by her parents. Before BSM, Casie would occasionally volunteer through different group activities for special projects, all the while, she consistently would and continues to keep pre-made care packages in her car, ready to distribute to individuals looking for support.
We asked Casie to share a story about her volunteer experience with us, “I only volunteer during the summer since I am not working. So before covid there was a guy who was a retired teacher who would come in everyday for lunch. He would make it a point to sit in my section (once he found out I was a teacher) so he could tell me stories about when he used to be a teacher and we could share teacher stories”
Casie had this innate ability to connect with guests. She really lives Broad Street Ministry’s value of radical hospitality, creating a space of warmth and unconditional welcome for each and every person who comes through our doors.
Casie is an avid scrapbooker. She is a dancer, competitively and for pleasure. What she misses most about our indoor dining is the opportunity to sit down with folks and have meaningful conversations. While we haven’t resumed our indoor dining yet, we are lucky to have volunteers like Casie bringing a sense of community and connection to our to-go style meals.
We are grateful Casie chooses to spend her time with us! Casie, thank you for all you do and your continued support of Broad Street Ministry!
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