Williamson County CASA hosts first online fundraiser
Williamson County CASA is excited to announce its first ever online event, Virtual Voices for Children, sponsored by Jackson and The Sanders Family. Their largest fundraiser of the year, Voices for Children, is taking new shape this year and moving to Facebook Live on May 21st. The activities will jump start on May 18th with the opening of a silent auction and will end with an exciting live event featuring guest speakers, by-request performances by a local band, Sweet Fever, and an award honoring the former CASA Executive Director, Marianne Schroer.
VIP tickets are available for $200 including: a bottle of wine provided by Harvest Beverage Company; CASA wine cups; cookies from Merridee’s Breadbasket; and a charcuterie plate from Catering and Events by Suzette. This will all be arranged in a custom basket and safe-delivered to your door prior to the live event.
“The past few months have been very challenging for everyone in our community and around the world; but it is a particularly concerning time for children who are experiencing abuse and neglect in their homes,” says Emily Layton, Executive Director. “We are so honored that so many businesses and individuals in our community have chosen to support our mission through this event. We look forward to gathering together to have a little fun and give a voice to children in our community.”
This is event is made possible by the generous support of Jackson; The Sanders Family; Brasfield & Gorrie; Fab-Line Machinery; Pinnacle Bank; Stites & Harbison; Coyne Oral Surgery; Davis Stokes Collaborative; Franklin Synergy Bank; Lee Company; Nashville Machine Company; and Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani.
To learn more about Williamson County CASA and Virtual Voices for Children, visit williamsoncountycasa.org.
Williamson County CASA advocates for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the juvenile court system of Williamson County. The vision is to see every child in a safe and permanent home.