Hometown Heroes 2017: Danielle Hale

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CUMBERLAND COUNTY, N.J. – Danielle Hale is a graduate of Rowan University and went on to obtain her M.A. in Trauma and Crisis Intervention from Liberty University. She works for The Center for Family Services, SERV program, as the Residential Supervisor of the domestic violence safe house.

When not working with survivors of domestic and sexual violence, Danielle volunteers her time with the Code Blue initiative in Cumberland County. She is active in her church and teaches a weekly youth group.  As if all of that were not enough, Danielle offers foster care to companion animals and helps to facilitate placement of dogs into “forever homes” from kill shelters.

Danielle’s nominator wrote, “And, in case I forgot to mention, she is legally blind and you rarely see her without her faithful working companion, Trinity.”

We love to honor such people who serve quietly and with no desire to be noticed.

The nominator said, “Danielle is a shining example of humility, compassion, dedication, and service—basically an awesome person!”

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Hometown Heroes 2017

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