Williamson County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) recently received a grant from The Healing Trust, which awarded funds totaling more than $1 million in its most recent grant cycle. CASA’s grant of $25,000 will be used to support the non-profit’s operational costs.
Recipients of The Healing Trust’s contributions include non-profit organizations from 40 counties in Middle Tennessee that focus on advocacy, physical and mental health and recovery from alcohol and drug abuse, neglect and violence.
“We are so thankful to The Healing Trust for their generous donation,” said Williamson County CASA Executive Director Marianne Schroer. “Our lifechanging work is made possible by organizations and community members who recognize the importance of caring and providing for abused and neglected children.”
The mission of The Healing Trust, a private grant making foundation, is to foster healing and wholeness for vulnerable populations through strategic investing, philanthropy and advocacy.
The Healing Trust’s President and CEO Kristen Keely-Dinger added, “we are deeply grateful for the life changing work done by these 30 grantee partners. Their efforts to improve the health of our community is inspiring, and we look forward to working in partnership with them.”
ABOUT WILLIAMSON COUNTY CASA
Williamson County CASA is a non-profit organization helping children who are abused and neglected to find stable and permanent homes. CASA advocates for these children by speaking on their behalf in courtrooms, listening to their stories and identifying safe homes. Williamson County CASA was established in 1993 and assists thousands of cases of abused or neglected children in Williamson County. To learn more about Williamson County CASA, visit www.williamsoncountycasa.org.