WINTER PARK — Casey Baynes, founding father of the Casey Cares Basis offering uplifting applications for critically in poor health youngsters and their households, will be a part of John Crossman Saturday, Could 20 on The Crossman Dialog, which airs at 1:05 p.m. on Shepherd Radio.
Crossman launched his discuss radio present to find and collaborate with folks of all cultures and vocations who’ve skilled all types of challenges however nonetheless succeeded and located their area of interest. Casey Baynes’ coronary heart was to fill a important want in society, and she or he has achieved that by the Casey Cares Basis a non-profit based mostly in Columbia, Md serving households all through eight states within the Mid-Atlantic and together with Florida.
Baynes overcame many private and enterprise obstacles together with dyslexia. At a younger age she was advised that faculty can be troublesome. Despite studying challenges, she managed to obtain her AA diploma earlier than graduating highschool, her Bachelor’s Diploma from Salisbury College after which grew to become Towson College’s youngest Grasp’s Diploma recipient at age 20.
After working for a number of years for some youngsters’s charitable organizations, the longtime philanthropist modified careers to assist run her household’s enterprise. However lacking a way of success, she left and adopted her coronary heart. Baynes met with hospital social staff, and fogeys of youngsters preventing life-threatening diseases to see how she might reduce their stress and make a distinction. The Casey Cares Basis was born in 2000.
“Casey has been acknowledged for her work nationally, has acquired numerous accolades and even featured on Oprah. I’m thrilled to share with our listeners what the Casey Cares Basis does for households and kids with life-threatening diseases in compassionate and caring methods,” Crossman stated.
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