CASCO — Carol Hancock has joined the board of directors at Camp Sunshine, a one-of-a-kind national retreat for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families. She was formerly a board member of the camp back in the 1990s, and since then has continued to actively support the program.
Hancock’s history of public service includes participation on the boards of organizations including Hancock Lumber, Hancock Land Company, the Carol and David Hancock Charitable Trust, Maine School Administrative District 61, Casco Public Library and Portland Stage Company. A native of Casco, she is a retired educator and graduate of the University of Southern Maine.
“Carol Hancock and her entire family, as well as their family businesses — Hancock Lumber and Hancock Land Company — have been longtime supporters of Camp Sunshine, and we couldn’t be happier or more grateful to regain her help at the board level in guiding us through the coming years,” said Matt Hoidal, executive director, Camp Sunshine.
“Carol’s vast and diverse board experience, as well as her dedication to the Camp Sunshine mission, make her an extremely valuable asset and we’re very fortunate to have her.”
Since the camp’s inception in 1984, it has welcomed families from 47 states and 17 countries. To support Camp Sunshine, call 655-3800 or visit www.campsunshine.org.