Local nonprofit organizations are collaborating to raise awareness and funding for needs that go unmet in San Benito County.
Residents may donate new pajamas through Dec. 2.
CASA Holiday Project fosters spirit of giving.
Diane Diaz Hopkins Insurance team collects comfortable new pajamas for foster children and other youth in San Benito County.
Tickets include meal, craft beer and raffle ticket.
Campaign kicks off Dec. 1 and will help raise funds to support CASA of San Benito, Chamberlain's Youth Services, Community FoodBank, Emmaus House and Sun Street Centers.
Company employees have a long history of involvement with CASA; from organizing and hosting lunchtime fundraisers, to collecting and wrapping pajamas, games, and gift cards for youth during the holidays.
Pajama drive provides warmth and comfort for foster children from San Benito County.
Organization ensures foster children receive advocacy, support and resources.
Growth and success of annual fundraising event offers the opportunity to invite other San Benito County nonprofits to participate.
Nonprofit leaders meet with the Community Foundation several times a year to discuss projects, issues, and catch up on each other’s work.
Annual campaign fosters a spirit of giving.
The Matching Impact Grant enables the nonprofit to continue supporting the needs of foster children from the community.
Community Investment Grants were announced in the evening glow of GardenShoppe's outdoor patio in Hollister.
CASA Advocate Ron Martin and Executive Director Esther Curtice share the joys and breadth of being a child advocate for foster care children in San Benito County.