Jennifer Cash, who runs the Facebook page Make a Difference Help Others in Need – Kingsville, collected $2,500 to provide holiday meals for CASA families. Nicole from CASA joined Jennifer to shop at HEB in Kingsville. Along with Nicole, Jennifer also had help from her friends Britany, Dalissa, Cooper and Rylie. All together we were… Read more »
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Local Sheriff’s Departments in Kleberg and Brooks County showered CASA with an outpouring amount of support this holiday season. Sheriff Richard Kirkpatrick along with his staff, held their annual “Fill the Boat” event at Wal-Mart on Friday, December 16th in Kingsville, Texas. This year they chose to donate the toys to Brush Country CASA through… Read more »
Students from the Ricardo, Riviera, and Driscoll Independent School Districts held drives on behalf of CASA. While Driscoll ISD and Ricardo ISD collected toys, Riviera ISD chose to collect pajamas and winter items such as beanies. It is wonderful to see students take an interest in contributing to the community through giving. Thank you so… Read more »
With Halloween right around the corner, Brush Country CASA is gearing up for the holiday festivities. We are excited to participate in National Night Out Tuesday, October 4th from 6pm to 10pm and KPD’s 4th Annual Trunk or Treat on Friday, October 28th from 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm. If you would like to support… Read more »
On September 12, 2021, Brush Country CASA was invited to give a presentation to the South Texas Junior Leaders 4-H Club. We are so grateful for the opportunity to speak about our mission to the parents and children in attendance. CASA was excited to receive a generous donation of backpacks for our CASA children. Thank… Read more »
Celanese Bishop Facility planted several potted plants in honor of Earth Day. They decided to donate the plants to several places including local nursing homes and Brush Country CASA. We are so grateful for Celanese and their continued support and belief in our mission.
Children who are removed from their family of origin and placed in foster care may have feelings of being isolated and detached. These feelings can sometimes be heighted when they are experiencing CWOP or Child Without Placement. Children in CWOP are required to stay in a hotel supervised by a social worker 24/7 and often… Read more »
A special thank you to the Theta Kappa chapter of Kappa Sigma for hosting a canned food drive for Brush Country CASA this holiday season. We appreciate you so very much! For information on how you can host a drive for CASA please reach out to our staff at 361.595.7233.
We are thrilled to receive an unexpected charitable donation of $25,000 from Valero Energy Foundation as part of the 2020 Valero Texas Open and Benefit for Children even though the tournament was canceled due to COVID-19. More than ever, we are grateful for Valero’s continued support and are so proud to be a charity partner… Read more »
Juno Garcia and all of the members at Freedom Church contributed 7 Thanksgiving baskets to CASA this year. Each basket came complete with everything a family would need for Thanksgiving, including a pan to cook the turkey in. We are so thankful to have friends like Juno and the Freedom Church. Your continued support and… Read more »