The Caring Place announces board of directors changes
Nov 06, 2013 | 840 views | 0 0 comments | 9 9 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Caring Place board of directors recently recognized the dedicated service of two exiting members, and announced the arrival of two new members.

The Caring Place board, staff, and volunteers extend sincere thanks to Dr. Dewayne Thompson and Tom Harris for their devotion to caring for the underprivileged of Bradley County. They also welcome the Rev. Jason Browning and Mrs. Sandra Kay Williams to their board and look forward to serving with them to meet the spiritual, physical and social needs of the disadvantaged in our area.

Jason Browning and his wife, Jennifer, are native Floridians who moved to Cleveland in 2006. They are the proud parents of three daughters: Ansly, 12; Abby 10; and Ava 4. They are graduates from Lee University and are excited about the service movement in Cleveland and Bradley County. Jason serves as associate pastor for Westmore Church of God and has a passion for sharing the message of Jesus.

Sandra Kay Williams is married to Dr. Mark L. Williams and has two sons, one of whom is in middle school, the other attends Lee University.

She is the international women’s director for the Church of God and her husband serves as general overseer of The Church of God International Offices. Sandra Kay has been an advocate in several Christian causes, including the “27 Million Campaign.” Since learning of the plight of over 27 million slaves around the world, Sandra Kay has joined the fight for freedom for those trapped in the bondage of human trafficking by raising awareness and funds for their intervention.

Jason and Sandra Kay join Kim Brooks, William Brown, Betty Chase, Darlia Conn, Margo Fitzgerald, Coleman Foss, Bob Hardin, Martin Ringstaff, Mike Seago, and Lou Ann Wright to comprise The Caring Place board of directors. The Caring Place is a local, Christian nonprofit organization whose mission is to model the love of Christ by addressing basic physical, social and spiritual needs of the disadvantaged in Bradley County. The Caring Place provides groceries, ready-to-wear clothing, and professional social work services free of charge to eligible residents.

The Caring Place relies heavily upon volunteers. For more information about The Caring Place or to volunteer, call 472-4414 or visit its website at

The organization always welcomes donations of food, clothing and/or finances. All donations are tax deductible.