Designer Purse BingoGala/Party for Bi-Stone CASA
Apr 27, 2024 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
The Desinger purse bingo will be our big spring fundrasier. We will play 20 bingo games for a chance to win 20 designer purses. Funds raised during the event will help us support children in the foster care system and be a voice for children in the court system involved in CPS cases.
Bi-Stone CASA provides high quality, best interest advocacy for children & youth in the child welfare system. We train & empower dedicated CASA volunteers to ensure children’s needs are met & their voices lifted. We commit to strengthen the connections & well-being of children in foster care, one family at a time.
Bi-Stone CASA is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization governed by a volunteer board of directors and is a member of the National and Texas CASA Associations. There are more than 1,000 CASA programs nationwide and 73 CASA programs in the state of Texas.
Some of the guiding principles of Texas CASA:
Texas CASA recognizes the significant trauma that children experience when they are in an environment where intimate partner violence is occurring. We also recognize the extreme danger that survivors of intimate partner violence encounter, especially as they weigh the risks of leaving an abusive relationship. Texas CASA believes in providing education around these issues, and promoting partnership with parents who are survivors of intimate partner violence to keep their children safely in their care whenever possible.
Texas CASA recognizes that substance use disorder is a disease. Texas CASA believes in compassionately standing by families that are working towards long-term recovery from substance use disorder.
Texas CASA recognizes that mental health is an equal partner to physical health, and that mental illnesses are treatable. Texas CASA believes that children and families deserve access to high quality advocacy, healthcare and treatment.
Texas CASA recognizes the historical and systemic causes of wealth disparity in our communities. Texas CASA believes in not equating poverty with a failure of character or parenting skill.