On May 4, the Holland Family will Present a Generous Gift to Camp POSTCARD, in memory of son and brother "Little Tim" Holland
May 1, 2017 For Immediate Release
Contact: Michael Coon (207) 373-1140 Michael.Coon@voanne.org
Address: 14 Maine Street, Suite 301 | Brunswick, ME | 207-373-1140
Thurs, May 4 at 10AM in Brunswick, the Holland Family will Present a Generous Gift to Camp POSTCARD, in memory of son and brother "Little Tim" Holland
Tim Holland loves kids. He shows his love in so many ways: as a Camp POSTCARD (https://www.voanne.org/camp-postcard) Leader for 14 years who takes extra time to listen to the kids who might be left out, as a School Resource Officer who pays close attention when referring students who would best benefit from a Camp experience, and as a dad and neighborhood hero.
On Thursday May 4, at 10:00 AM, Tim Holland and Cherri Crockett (his daughter) will be in our office at Volunteers of America in Brunswick to present a donation to Camp POSTCARD for $2000.
The money was raised through Tim's family's annual Ice Fishing Derby, benefitting Camp POSTCARD, in memory of Tim's son "Little Tim" who passed in January 2016 at the too-young age of 33 from a brain seizure. (https://www.voanne.org/stories/little-tim)
Tim's daughter and co-organizer of the Derby, Cherri Crockett, wrote this to us in an email, "We're all VERY excited to be able to double last year's donation to Camp POSTCARD. Even though it was a frigid, sub-zero day out on the ice (the Derby was held March 4), we had a lot of people out supporting us, hence, we have $2,000 coming your way!"
She continued, "We are planning on having some of my brother's favorite outdoor kids help in presenting the donation."
Volunteers of America staff, the Holland family and their friends, and special guests (including Sheriff Wayne Gallant from Oxford County, Sheriff Joel Merry from Sagadahoc County, and Todd Brackett form Lincoln County) will gather in our conference room at 10 AM for the check presentation. We will serve light refreshments and celebrate.
please see resources below for more information, or contact Michael Coon 373-1140
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