Williamson County CASA’s annual Playhouse Raffle raised more than $30,000 to provide children with a safe and permanent home. The designer playhouse was won by the Brown family of Springfield, Tenn.
“We are so pleased with this year’s turnout for the playhouse raffle,” said Susan Reinfeldt, Williamson County CASA’s development director. “Seeing the community support our role in advocating for abused and neglected children through this fun and exciting project reminds us why we are committed to serving this county.”
The playhouse was on display at the Franklin Fire Department’s Station 3 in Cool Springs. The 60-square-foot structure was professionally built by Franklin Firefighters Charities and designed by Darla Spears. It features full wiring for lights, sockets and built-in furniture. In addition, the structure has a standing seam metal roof and has been professionally painted.
Raffle tickets were sold at the Williamson County CASA office, and half-price tickets were available at Puckett’s Grocery and Puckett’s Boathouse. Thanks to the generosity of several local businesses, 100 percent of the ticket sales provide crucial funding to Williamson County CASA. In addition to raising critical funds, this event brings awareness to a sometimes-overlooked plight of children in our community.
The Playhouse Raffle is presented by Twice Daily and sponsored by Little Sprouts Sale, Cameron Properties, Coyne Orthodontics, Harpeth True Value, Franklin Realtors, Puckett’s and Puckett’s Boathouse, RG Custom Homes, Outdoor Classics Structures, John D. Floyd Foundation, Leanne Constantine, Realtor Arabella Group PARKS Realty, Tennessee Valley Paving, Ford Roofing Company LLC and Henry Drilling. For information on Williamson County CASA, visit http://www.williamsoncountycasa.org/.
ABOUT WILLIAMSON COUNTY CASA
Williamson County CASA is a non-profit organization advocating for abused and neglected children in Williamson County. CASA advocates for these children investigating their abuse and neglect cases, speaking for them in court, and helping create a plan for safety and permanence in their lives. Williamson County CASA was established in 1993 and served 566 Williamson County children in 2017. To learn more about Williamson County CASA, visit www.williamsoncountycasa.org.