The students at Boulder Creek Academy, Bonners Ferry, put a lot of sweat, love and exquisite craftsmanship in building their beautiful “House of Dreams,” and “keys” are being sold in a raffle to benefit the Boundary County CASA program.
CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocates operating under the Idaho Child Protective Act, supports trained advocates for 400 child abuse and neglect victims in North Idaho every year. Advocates investigate child protection cases, represent the child’s best interest in court and help find them a safe home with a forever family.
But the Idaho Supreme Court, whose aegis CASA falls under, only provides about one-fourth of the funding necessary
Casa is a non-profit organization who receives only a quarter of its operating budget from the Idaho Supreme Court.
The remaining funds must come from grants, donations and fundraisers such as this one. First Judicial District CASA Program, Inc., is a qualified tax-exempt corporation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. All donations are tax deductible.
Keys for this beautiful Victorian doll house are $10 each or three for $25, and they’re on sale through Sunday, February 28, with the winning key to be drawn the first week of March. To purchase your keys, click here. To learn more about CASA, visit NorthIdahoCasa.org. From there, you can reach the page by clicking the “donate securely” button.
Boundary County CASA advocates and volunteers extend their heartfelt thanks to the students at Boulder Creek Academy and to those who support their work by contributing.