Capital Campaign

The journey to a new, permanent office located in San Marcos has begun for the child advocacy organization Court Appointed Advocates of Central Texas.

superhero kid picCASA of Central Texas Superheroes Capital Campaign Trailblazers

Trailblazers are the first donors to make a gift or pledge in support of the Superheroes Capital Campaign.

 

 

Irma Adams*

Joan Bancroft

J.L. Barlow

Mary Alice Bethancourt

Norma & Chris Blackwell+^

Bruce Boyer & Toya Ohlrich

Burdine Johnson Foundation

Carola & John Davis*^

Nancy Deckard+^

Kathy Dial*+^

Donna & Archie Dishman*+

Rep. Lloyd & Libby Doggett

Debbie & Joe Engbrock*

Linda & Stanley Finch

JoAnne Germer*+

Ellen Grimm

Hays County Sheriff Cutler

Hays Energy, LLC

Mallory & Shane Hines*

Hobby Family Foundation

Horton Draperies

Ray Jacobson^

Karen Sleighter John*^

Teresa & David Junkin*+

Becky Krueger

Becky Lake*

Carole Leissner

Carolyn & Ren Liner*^

Patricia McCaleb

Lynda & Robert McNab*^

Jan & Bill Morton^

Maury Osborn

James Parman

Pershing/Next Financial

Jacqueline Phillips*

David Pfeifer*

Jeremiah Pizana*+

RMX Events

Susie Russell*

Sal Salazar

San Marcos Lions Club

Richard Schneider

Tricia & Mike Schneider+^

Charlotte Shields

Tomblin Family Foundation

Martha & Clark Walter^

Walton Development & Management

Robert Williams+^

* CASA Board of Directors

+ Campaign Steering Committee

^ CASA Staff and/or Volunteer Advocate

20141113_101532_resized_1webCASA held a kickoff for their Capital Campaign November 13 at the Hays County Government Center in San Marcos, where supporters saw plans for the facility and heard from local elected officials.

“We support you fully at the county court, we support what you do,” said Hays County Judge Bert Cobb. “You get more than you give when you work with CASA, I guarantee you that.”

The campaign aims to raise $2.6 million for capacity building including a 6,000 square-foot training and support center for the program in 2016.1410_Casa SM_EV-3_Bldg True South (1pm)_Rev 2

“This area is growing, and so is the need for our services,” said JoAnne Germer, CASA of Central Texas Board of Directors President. “San Marcos is the fastest growing city in the U.S. and as the population increases, so does the number of children who are being abused – we’ve seen an average increase of 5-10 percent every year in the number of children who are in the state’s protective custody. We need this new facility to train and support more advocates for the community’s children.”

The new facility will allow CASA to work toward the goal of providing a CASA volunteer to all of the children in State Care.

“We believe that every child deserves a CASA volunteer,” said CASA of Central Texas Executive Director Norma Castilla-Blackwell. “To accomplish this, the first step is to make sure we are equipped to properly train and support those volunteers. This new facility will allow us to do that, and I hope everyone will come join us as we begin this new venture.”

To read our Capital Campaign e-package including site plan, floor plan, renderings, press releases and naming opportunities, click CASA Capital Campaign Packet

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