The Williamson County CASA-A Worthy Cause That SERVPRO Proudly Supports
Advocacy For Vulnerable Children -- A Worthy Cause Supported By SERVPRO of Williamson County
Williamson County CASA recruits, trains, and supports citizen-volunteers to provide friendship and responsible advocacy for abused and neglected children trapped in the legal system. Established by The Honorable Jane Crockett Franks in 1993, this vital community organization helps an ever-increasing number of children in our area. The goal is simple -- to discover and share with the court system critical information about vulnerable children, to ensure every child finds a safe and permanent home.
Although the advocates recruited serve as volunteers, Williamson County CASA depends on the financial support of community partners like SERVPRO of Williamson County to fulfill its mission. We are honored to be among those backing the essential work of these Court Appointed Special Advocates.
On October 1, 2018, SERVPRO of Williamson County held our annual Golf Tournament at The Grove in College Grove, Tennessee. We earmarked the proceeds from the event for the good work done by Williamson County CASA. The exciting and fun-filled day raised $16,274.36 for the children who face the worry, fear, and chaos of court proceedings that affect and determine the very places they live and the persons who care for them. Being part of the safety net that holds and guides them through a painful and scary process is our privilege.
As a regional business and a team of residents and neighbors living and thriving in the Williamson County area, SERVPRO is proud to shoulder the responsibility to be a cornerstone in the foundation of support for the local organizations providing for the needs of those most at risk. We take seriously our commitment to the greater good as well as our dedication to delivering the very best in restoration services to our neighbors, friends, and fellow businesses.
Williamson County CASA looks after abused and neglected children and their needs, knowing only when they thrive is a society on a positive and constructive path. Our business success depends on happy clients and a vibrant community, and we pledge to continue our partnership with CASA to achieve all these goals. Moreover, we ask our neighbors to please find the time to volunteer in any way to provide a safer harbor for these abused and neglected children.
SERVPRO of Williamson County is ready to support these children and residents and commercial enterprises with disaster reconstruction year-round. Call us for assistance at (615) 790-9634.
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