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How Compassion at Casey House Touches Lives

We thank our clients and their loved ones, as well as donors, volunteers and staff for sharing the gifts of their own stories, about the ways in which compassionate care at Casey House has touched their lives.

If you have a story to share, we’d love to hear from you! Please contact us to share your story.



Give a sense of belonging

Join me this holiday season in making a gift to Casey House.  I still give because I continue to be inspired to see Casey House serve...

For My Son’s Memory: Graham

Throughout more than a decade, Stephen Edwards received care from Casey House, both in the hospice and in the comfort of his own home. Stephen was...


Jim Donovan

Casey House pioneered the art and science of HIV/AIDS palliative care being used around the world today, and we continue to adapt our interventions to meet...


Volunteer profile- Glenn Bell

Not long after Casey House opened Glenn Bell’s friends told him about singing Christmas carols around the piano with Maureen Forester. This did not match any preconceived...

Volunteer profile- Lisa Sommers

Spending several months in south-central Africa in 1988 and seeing the effects of HIV/AIDS firsthand on people who didn’t even know they might have the disease...

Volunteer profile- Brandon Lovell

When people hear about Brandon Lovell’s volunteer work with Casey House they say “where do you find the time?” Brandon says, “It’s not about having the...