Felicity Peck: Outstanding Volunteer

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Felicity Peck: Outstanding Volunteer

CASA Volunteer Felicity Peck received one of eight Mary Catherine Strobel Volunteer Awards honoring Middle Tennesseans for outstanding volunteerism. More than 700 people attended the Hands On Nashville’s annual event to recognize volunteers for their outstanding contributions to the community. Felicity received The Direct Service Volunteer Award presented by McNeely Pigott & Fox Public Relations, which honors individuals who have participated in hands-on, direct service with an agency’s constituents.

See The Tennessean’s story on the event

Felicity Peck

In her 20-plus years as a CASA volunteer, Felicity, a deacon at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Antioch, has advocated for 36 abused and neglected children, and has given more than 3,300 hours makes it possible for abused and neglected children caught in the court system to find safe and permanent homes.

Everyone at CASA Nashville is so proud of Felicity and all of our volunteers who serve our community’s children.

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