Special words from Marsha:
“I moved to Spartanburg from Rock Hill with my husband, Tom, in 2011. We have two sons, two daughters-in-law, and one grandson.
Shortly after moving here, I became involved in the community through the non-profit world: church (choir), Business and Professional Women, and Women Giving for Spartanburg. Before long, CCP (formerly Children’s Security Blanket) got my attention, and I became a donor. When I joined the board in 2015, I served as secretary, and now am chair of the Development Committee. Over the years, I crocheted many blankets for our children.
When I joined the board, we served approximately 52 children and their families. Now we serve over 1,300 in North and South Carolina. The services that CCP provides for families who have a child diagnosed with cancer are extremely important and very needed. Financial stress is a major issue for our families.
I am grateful, humbled, and honored to be a small part of this amazing organization. CCP is truly making a difference in the lives of children and their families as they travel the difficult journey of cancer.”
Thank you for everything you do for CCP and our children, Marsha!