Margaret's Miracle Campaign

     Margaret was born on October 4, 1994. She was an incredible individual. A woman who loved her family, her friends, those with special needs, those in recovery and those less fortunate. She was extremely creative and loved sewing and designing clothing and items for her friends and family. Margaret was part of Over the Influence Recovery. We are heartbroken by her loss and will miss her so much. This fundraising campaign is in memory of Margaret and to see her vision come true of helping others in recovery. She was saving money for a place of her own. And we want to help others find a safe place to live so they can stay sober, go to school and get a job.

     Women in recovery are in a battle. Battle to stay sober, battle to find a job, battle to keep their kids. For some women is it hard to find an affordable place to live, to come up with the deposit or provide food and utilities like gas & electric and cable. Your donation will be to provide help to these women. To give them an opportunity for room and board in a safe, drug-free environment, or with utilities or food for the month. The funds will also help with other services, like one-on-one coaching, assistance with applying for school or a job, and fun events to thrive in recovery, such as art, music, and giving back to the community, which Margaret loved to do! 

     Thank you, for loving Margaret, for being in her life, for wanting to keep her memory alive and for giving on her behalf. May God give you comfort at this difficult time and may the fond memories of her make you smile. 


     Margaret was survived by her mother, Julie Pierce Casey, Step-Father Blaine Casey, and her brother Jesse Pierce. Also by her aunts: Margaret (Meg) Pierce, Rebecca Pierce Goodman, Elizabeth (Nova) Pierce, Meredith Pierce and her uncles: Daniel Pierce, David K. Pierce II, Michael Pierce, Robert Pierce.


Margaret was proceeded in death by her grandpa, David K. Pierce