Foster Karney Foundation Donates to CASA

John Quinn (left) with Marty Quinn and Angie Walters, executive director of CASA of Atlantic and Cape May counties.
John Quinn (left) with Marty Quinn and Angie Walters, executive director of CASA of Atlantic and Cape May counties.

The Ocean City Masonic Club is proud to announce the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Cape May and Atlantic counties as a recipient of a five thousand dollar grant from the Foster-Karney Foundation.

John Quinn, of the Ocean City Masonic Lodge joined the Foster Karney Trust Foundation in presenting a $5,000 check to Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Cape May and Atlantic counties.

CASA provides court advocates who work to ensure children living in foster care receive necessary resources and services, and that the children are placed in safe, permanent homes as quickly as possible.

The Ocean City Masonic Club was constituted in February 1958, with the mission to promote social activities among Masons in Ocean City and surrounding areas. The Masonic Club is administrator of the Foster-Karney Foundation, which provides philanthropic support to community organizations in Cape May and Atlantic Counties.

Ocean City Gazette – Lodge member, trust fund donate to CASA

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