If you are able to volunteer to help cook or serve please contact Danielle Howell at 208-3790.
Caswell Center Foundation Presents Scholarships
July 23, 2015
2015 Scholarship Recipients were presented a check for $1,000.
L to R: Marsha Meadows, Program Consultant; Danny Rice, Board Member; Monique Washington, Scholarship Recipient; Troy Eason, Scholarship Recipient; Nathan Norris, Scholarship Recipient; Dick Archie, Board Chairperson; Danielle Howell, Executive Director; and Amanda Scott, Ex-Officio Secretary.
Since 2007, Caswell Center Foundation has awarded $38,000 in scholarships to students pursing degrees in the Allied Health, Psychology and Education fields with a focus on individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Thank you for your support of the Caswell Center Foundation Scholarship Program.
Teepa Snow is Coming to Goldsboro and Kinston!
Teepa Snow is our distinguished guest speaker for 4 sessions on various topics regarding Dementia.
The seminar is scheduled for Thursday, April 14, 2016.
Exact locations are TBD.
Due to unforeseen circumstances the guardianship workout in Goldsboro has been cancelled this evening. If rescheduled we’ll get the word out.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
Save the date: Thursday, April 30, 2015
16th Annual Golf Tournament
1:00 p.m. at Falling Creek Country Club
See us at the WITN TV web site:
Caswell Center Foundation & Caswell Developmental Center participated in the Kinston-Lenoir County Chamber of Commerce’s Living the Good Life on Tuesday, September 23, 2014.
Caswell Center Foundation was promoting its upcoming 4th Annual BBQ Chicken Fundraiser on Wednesday, October 1, 2014 from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
We are proud to announce that our booth won 2nd place in “Booth Presentation”
Below is a PowerPoint highlight of the even from September 23, 2014
The Knights of Columbus are known for their generosity and support for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Throughout the year, they are seen at various locations with bright yellow aprons collecting donations for Operation LAMB, or the “Tootsie Roll Giveaway.”
This community outreach program raises statewide funds each year that are given to schools, agencies and state facilities that provide care and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Caswell Center Foundation recently was presented with a check in the amount of $10,942 to fund several projects at Caswell Developmental Center.
Covering 38 Eastern North Carolina counties, Caswell Developmental Center provides specialized residential, programmatic and support services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in an environment that fosters independence and self-determination.