Thank you for believing in CASA of Polk County

and the children that we advocate for.  

 

Donating to CASA of Polk County, Inc. is a proactive and critical investment for the future of our children and communities that we work, play, live and serve in. 

 

2021 CIRCLE OF HOPE Sustainers

BUSINESS SUSTAINERS

 

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$1,500 -          Bedrock Homes LLC.

 

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$3,000 - 

Pursuing Justice for Mistreated and Abused Children

$10,000 -  

Rebecca Rooks 

MBA, AWMA®, APMA®, CRPC®

Private Wealth Advisor

Managing Director

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State and private institutions and care facilities across Oregon have a duty to follow the law and to protect children, including children in their care and children reported to be victims of abuse or neglect.

At David L. Kramer, P.C., we understand how traumatic situations of abuse are for children, some of the most vulnerable members of our society. In our pursuit of justice to hold those in positions of power accountable, we will tirelessly work on behalf of the child, concerned family members or both.

INDIVIDUAL SUSTAINERS

$500 - Anita Ohm

$500 - Jessica Harper 

$500 - Donna K. O'Crowly & Peggy A. Burton

$1,000 - Frank & Marcia Noell

$1,000 - Janet Hanus

$1,400 - Devin Purdy 

$1,500 - Anonymous combine individuals

$2,900 - Employees of the James W. Fowler Co.

$10,100 - Anonymous Individual 

BUSINESS SUSTAINERS

Rebecca Rooks 

MBA, AWMA®, APMA®, CRPC®

Private Wealth Advisor

Managing Director

Click here to visit Website

 
Dallas Branch 

INDIVIDUAL SUSTAINERS

$10,000 - Harlan Howard 

$3,000 - Susan Meikle-Stoops

$1,500 - Anonymous
$1,500 - Donna K. O'Crowly & Peggy A. Burton

$1,000 - Janet Hanus

$1,000 - Floyd Legleiter 

$600 - Rick & Trina Young of The Car Doctor 

$500 - Jessica Harper 

$500 - Anita Ohm

$500 - Bill & Joan Youngren

CASA of Polk County Inc. works within a national program dedicated to providing quality court advocacy services to abused and neglected children under the jurisdiction of the Dependency Court.

Our Mission Statement

The mission of CASA of Polk County, Inc. is to recruit, train, guide, and support volunteers appointed by Polk County Judges to represent the best interests of abused and neglected children in the judicial system.

CASA of Polk County, Inc. strives to uphold in every action and interaction,
compassion, commitment, integrity, inclusivity, justice, equality, and respect!

The vision of CASA of Polk County, Inc. is for every child that is a ward of the court due to abuse or neglect, to have a safe, permanent, and nurturing home to thrive and be successful.

 
CASA of Polk County, Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.  All gifts are 100% tax deductible.  Tax ID# 27-010220

 
Not everyone can be a CASA volunteer....
BUT anyone can donate to make a difference in a child’s life! 

2020 FOUNDING SUSTAINERS