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“I feel good about being a little part of Casey House. There’s sickness around and you know that some people won’t make it, but we always manage to have a laugh. I like knowing I have something to give, even if it’s only holding a hand and making someone smile. Or saying hello and remembering a name. To acknowledge the simple fact that they are there. It might take time, but eventually, you’ll see someone’s eyes light up when they see you coming. It’s just glorious.”


Sadly, Joan passed away after volunteering for many years with Casey House’s skilled inter-professional staff.  Joan reached out to isolated residents, drawing them out to movie nights or bingo games. She also frequently accompanied them to medical appointments, providing mobility assistance and support throughout the many frustrating tests and treatments that come with advanced HIV/AIDS.

It is largely thanks to the warmth and compassion of our trained volunteers like Joan that Casey House feels more like home than home ever did, for so many of our clients. We are all so grateful for their kindness.