Sue Fegelein: Thanks for fundraising help
To the editor:To the editor:
To the editor:
What a fantastic night Northwest Rocky Mountain CASA had on June 25 at Thunder Rolls Bowling Center during our Bowl-For-Kids fundraiser! Sponsors and attendees enjoyed free pizza and bowled the night away for a good cause. You helped us to raise over $2,000 and raise awareness about child abuse and neglect in Moffat County. The funds raised that night will help us to train and support our volunteers to advocate in court for abused and neglected children and to provide community education about child abuse and neglect, and we are truly grateful.
NWRM CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) is a volunteer-based organization that works closely with the court system in Colorado’s 14th Judicial District to advocate for abused and neglected children to ensure that their basic rights and essential needs are being met, that they are moving quickly toward permanent placement in a safe home, and that they are given a voice in court.
Thank you so much to Beryl and the gang at Thunder Rolls for your incredible generosity. Thank you to all of our generous business sponsors, to all of our generous team sponsors, and to all who came out and bowled as well! Thank you to all of our Silent Auction donors and to Gino’s and Dominos for donating pizzas to give all of our bowlers energy! I apologize that I cannot thank everyone by name in the paper, but please know that we at NWRM CASA are so grateful to all of you for making this event a success.
A big thank you goes out to our amazing and helpful volunteers for getting the word out about the event, for gathering silent auction items, for assisting that night, and for providing yummy baked treats. We are enormously thankful to the Moffat County community for your generosity and support, and for helping to make this a fantastic event!
Sue FegeleinSue Fegelein
Executive Director, Northwest Rocky Mountain CASAExecutive Director, Northwest Rocky Mountain CASA
Executive Director, Northwest Rocky Mountain CASA
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