2nd Annual CASA Christmas
Brought to you by United Financial Credit Union
Help United Financial Credit Union raise money this holiday season for the CAN (Child Abuse and Neglect) Council Great Lakes Bay Region and CASA of Saginaw County. We will be collecting monetary donations and Wish List items from November 1 thru December 6.
United Financial Credit Union raised $3,692.55 for our 2nd Annual CASA Christmas. Thank you to everyone that made a donation!! We were able to help 72 kids that are currently in the CASA program.
How can YOU help?
- Stop into any United Financial location or CAN Council office and donate an item from the Wish List or purchase a Stocking for $1.00
- Make an online donation.
-Your business could make a $100 donation and become a Fireplace Sponsor*
Download the 2013 Wish List
Make a Donation Today!
Visit our CASA Christmas Facebook Page
2013 Fireplace Sponsors
CUAdvantage Marketing Solutions: Saginaw
Margaret Placher: In Memory of Bud Placher
Gina San Pietro and SSgt Jeffrey Lemmer
Dr. Larry Wee
In Honor of Louis and Marlene Scheuerlein
The Hafner Family
American Solutions for Business: Deb Hackett
Pay It Forward Jayden Style: Josie & Emily Walter ~ Madie, Lily & Max Martinez
Pamela & Ross Lake
In Honor of Larry and Marilyn Champagne – Christmas
Master's Tool & Die
Your business could make a $100 donation and become a Fireplace Sponsor
For more information on becoming a Fireplace Sponsor - contact Jessica at email@example.com
What is the CAN Council?
The CAN Council Great Lakes Bay Region is building communities where children are free from abuse and neglect. They sponsor several programs in the community; Child Abuse Prevention Education (CAPE), Children's Advocacy Center (CAC), CASA of Saginaw County, Community Outreach and Public Awareness
For more information on the CAN Council - click here
What is CASA of Saginaw County?
CASA of Saginaw County (Court Appointed Special Advocates) are specially trained volunteers who provide a powerful voice in the Saginaw County court system for children who have been removed from their home because of abuse or neglect. Every child has the right to a safe, permanent and caring home. Yet, according to the Saginaw County Department of Human Services, each year in Saginaw County over 300 children live in foster care or with relatives because it is not safe to return home. Most of these children will end up in court. Their only “crime” is that they have been victims.
For more information on the CASA program - click here
*For more information on becoming a Fireplace Sponsor - contact Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org