Optical Filters USA provides books for our children and gas cards for our CASA volunteers. They also provide financial support to CASA. Thank you Optical Filters!
CASA expresses their heartfelt appreciation to the following for their continued financial support:
THE MEADVILLE GARDEN CLUB
FALLOWFIELD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH LADIES
J. WESLEY ROWDEN, LAW OFFICE
AND THE GENEROUS INDIVIDUALS WHO CONTINUE TO GIVE TO THE CASA PROGRAM
Meadville Business & Professional Women
John Nesbit Rees and Sarah Henne Rees
Crawford County CASA, Inc. cannot achieve success alone. We depend on the growing movement of our dedicated supporters. and our generous friends who believe in our mission -- ensuring that every abused or neglected child has a CASA volunteer!.
Since 2013 the BPW through Judith's Jig 5k Memorial Run/Walk have donated over $24,147 to Crawford County CASA. We cannot thank these special ladies enough for all their dedication in supporting CASA as well as the community!
Thank You, Ladies!!!!
PNC Charitable Trusts
Prism Plastics (formally Tech Molded): At Christmas time the employees buy gifts for all of our CASA children. Making Christmas a little brighter for those who need it the most!
CASA is a member agency of the United Way of Crawford County. The United Way has provided financial support to Crawford County CASA for over 10 years.
Crawford County CASA has been awarded a grant from the Human Services Development Fund (HSDF). This grant award will assist CASA is the continuation of advocacy services for abused and neglected children in Crawford County.
Gary and Kathy Yaeger, Innkeepers of Bethaven continue to be great supporters of the CASA Program and we sincerely thank them!
KAPPA ALPHA THETA, Allegheny College
Kappa Alpha Theta is the first Greek letter fraternity for women founded in 1870. Their national philanthropy is Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Allegheny College Theta's hold their annual fundraiser every November and all proceeds benefit the Crawford County CASA program. The Theta's also volunteer at our annual Champions for Children Breakfast. Since 2007, the Theta sisters have raised over $20,600 for our CASA program! They continue to support the children we serve as well as the volunteers.
Marquette Savings Bank continues to provide financial support to the CASA program and the children we serve. Thank you, Marquette for your commitment to the community!