Good Times for a Good Cause—the 4th Annual Girl’s Night Out by Baxla Tractor Sales and the Clermont County Farm Bureau
November 16, 2017: the atmosphere is festive, as local vendors pack their wares and travel down to…Baxla Tractor Sales? It’s unusual, but it’s true, and the evening was a blast!
For the Fourth year, a creative Collaboration between Clermont County Farm Bureau’s Cindy Cassell and Baxla Tractor Sales’s Larry Calvert culminated in a very entertaining and informative evening for local area women.
This event features informative talks and demonstrations, farm –to-table, locally sourced food, locally made wine and beer, area vendors, raffles, and a live auction. The purpose of this event has been to help inform and empower women of the area, and enable them to learn more about managing their home, garden, and even provide tips on how to eat healthy and potentially raise fresh foods.
Moreover, through the generosity of Clermont County Farm Bureau and Baxla Tractor Sales, all the proceeds raised go to support CASA for Clermont Kids, a small nonprofit organization that advocates for abused and neglected children in Clermont County. This year the Girl’s Night Out project raised $8, 172, which will go to train and support advocates for abused and neglected Clermont County Children.
CASA would like to extend a sincere Thank you to Clermont County Farm Bureau and Baxla Tractor Sales, and a very special thank you to Dave Lewis of Lewis Auctioneering and all of our local vendors!
Insuring The Children is a partnership of individuals in the life, health, title and property/casualty insurance industry and those associated with the business. It is the belief of ITC that every child is entitled to a life free of abuse and neglect.
To that end, ITC provides financial and political support to social service agencies that deal with the emotional care and medical treatment of abused and neglected children. Each year ITC offers community grant opportunities for local agencies. This year CASA for Clermont Kids applied for and was awarded $10,000 through the ITC grant!
CASA for Clermont Kids is deeply grateful for the opportunity to compete for this grant, and this award helps ensure that CASA for Clermont Kids can provide a voice for abused and neglected Clermont County Children.
Revamped, Revised, Renewed!! Thanks to your support every year to CASA For Clermont Kids we are able to continue to advocate for the children in the Clermont County Community! Here at CASA we want you to know that we listen to your comments and suggestions on how to make our most valuable event a success. Due to Receptions in Eastgate closing, we have moved the location, date, and time to strive to better serve you, our dedicated and loyal supporters. Please see below for the events updated information.
As pictured above we will be moving our event to the Holiday Inn
4501 Eastgate Blvd, Cincinnati, OH 45245
November 2, 2018
As always, thank you for your continued support and we hope to see you there!
The Fall Fundraiser May Be Over But You Can Still Help!
Donate To The Volunteer Gas Relief Fund
CASA volunteers use their own funds to travel to visit their abused and neglected child clients. In 2016, volunteers drove over 20,600 miles serving the children. Would you like to contribute to the Gas Relief Fund to help them?
From CASA, a big “thank you” for all who came out to supports CASA for Clermont Kids at the Milford Street Eats 2017, on Saturday, August 5th!
CASA for Clermont Kids operated 2 booths selling water and soft drinks in order to raise funds. All funds go to helping support our mission serving abused and neglected children in Clermont County. We are dedicated to ensuring that all these children have a safe, permanent and loving home.
With a great deal of effort from volunteers, CASA raised $3,500 to support the children of Clermont County!
Thank you, volunteers and attendees of Milford Street Eats. A special thank you to Milford Miami Township Chamber of Commerce for letting CASA participate, and a huge thank you to the hard work of our volunteers and their families, and the extended Helsel family for working long hours to raise money for the children!
CASA for Clermont Kids recently said good-bye to our Executive Director Alison Royalty. While she will be greatly missed, we are excited to introduce you to our new Executive Director, Nathan Bell. Nathan formerly served in Hamilton County as a full-time GAL attorney. In his 11 years working as a Guardian ad Litem under the Hamilton County Public Defender’s Office, Nathan spent time as a GAL providing direct service to children, as an attorney for social worker GALs, and also managed other attorney GALs as the Assistant Director of the Hamilton County Office. Nathan has his JD from Duke Law School, and completed his undergraduate BA at Transylvania University in Lexington, KY. Nathan has spent his career in public service, working primarily with disadvantaged children.
Here is a short welcome message from our new Executive Director: As you all know, Alison Royalty recently left CASA for Clermont kids, and it falls to me to carry on her great work as the new Executive Director of CASA for Clermont Kids. I have spent the past 11 years as a full-time attorney GAL in Hamilton County. Through my previous work, I have spent some time in Clermont, but I expect to meet lots of new faces as I learn more about the program and the County itself. I look forward to working with all of you, and getting to know you all better. I am sure we will all strive to make CASA for Clermont Kids an even more fantastic organization than it already is!