Meet Quincy Bowles.
On her right arm, she has a tattoo with two puzzle pieces and two hands, a symbol of her journey with children with autism.
We met Quincy, the School-Age Program Coordinator with Respite Care, while volunteering through Blue Margin's Community Works program. We joined Quincy and a group of Respite Care's children with developmental disabilities on a field trip to the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery. We had a great time exploring the museum with this amazing group of kids!
One of the gifts of volunteering is meeting the enthusiastic professionals, like Quincy, who dedicate themselves to amazing causes. We wanted to know more about Quincy’s story, and of course, her tattoo.