Jackson County CASA has been named the next beneficiary of the Chiefs Charity Game for a three-year term beginning in the fall of 2024. The Chiefs and the Hunt Family have long supported Jackson County CASA’s mission to provide advocacy for children who are in foster care due to abuse or neglect. Jackson County CASA is honored to have this extraordinary commitment.
What does this mean for Jackson County CASA?
This presents a tremendous opportunity for growth. With the funds and awareness raised through the sale of tickets and suites for the Chiefs Charity Game, Jackson County CASA will be able to expand its capacity and provide highly trained volunteers to advocate for 100 percent of the children in foster care in Jackson County by the end of 2025.
It also means that for the next three years our CASA kids, their families, and Volunteers will have opportunities to attend games and other special Chiefs-related events. We are excited for what this means for them!
Our friends at MOCSA (the Metropolitan Organization to Counter Sexual Assault), just completed their third and final year (2021-2023) as beneficiary and raised a three-year total of more than $1.4 million to support their work and mission through the game. With your continued support, we intend to do the same.
How can you help?
To fully take advantage of this opportunity from the Chiefs and the Hunt Family, we will need to recruit even more CASA Volunteers and count on continued engagement from you, our friends and supporters. Please share our upcoming events and activities among your friends and with your network. As always, thank you for all you do for CASA and the kids we serve!