You made a difference for our CASA kids. Thank you.

Each spring members of our community gather to celebrate Family Law CASA’s work for vulnerable kids in King County at our Annual Breakfast.  This year, due to COVID-19, we switched it up.  Thank you to those that joined us for our virtual event and made a difference.  Because of you, hundreds of local children will have the life-changing gift of an advocate watching out for their safety and security.

Advocating for CASA kids does not stop and is especially necessary during times of crises that bring added stress to troubled families living in poverty. Our team is still diligently conducting their interviews with families via phone and video, completing reports and checking up on the vulnerable children we are working to protect.

A special thanks to our sponsors and matching fund donors and those of you who helped us reach our goals for this event.  The Annual Breakfast is our largest fundraiser generating almost a quarter of our operating income each year. Your generosity ensures our CASA kids will continue to have a voice in court.

Sending you our gratitude,

The Family Law CASA Board, Staff & Planning Committee

For information regarding sponsorships for 2021 please contact development@familylawcasa.org.

Funds Raised
100%

$75,800

pledged towards virtual event goal of $74,500

205

gifts

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We are so grateful to our sponsors and matching fund donors who have donated $145,500 towards our overall annual breakfast goal of $220,000. 

A very special thank you to our 2020 Breakfast Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors

Gold Sponsors

Silver Sponsors

2020 Annual Breakfast Matching Gift Fund

Thanks to our matching fund donors your $300 gift was matched 1:1 and your generous donation of $1,000 was matched 2:1!

Jill Geary and Neil Beaton
Larry Engel and Kate Battuello
Karl and Michelle Quackenbush
Arlene Fairfield
Alden Garrett
Christine Chang and Steve Bush
Elizabeth D. Rudolf
The Dent Family Fund