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posted: 4/25/2012 1:00 AM

CASA grateful to its sponsors

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CASA grateful to its sponsors

We are writing to express CASA Kendall County's tremendous gratitude to the Village Grind in Yorkville and Oswego. Their fundraising efforts through the sale of used books raised over $4,000 for CASA Kendall County.

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CASA Kendall County is a nonprofit organization that trains and supports volunteers how to fight for children in the child welfare system. Volunteers whose sole mission is to clear a child's path out of the complex, overburdened child welfare system and into a safe, permanent home. Behind every CASA volunteer who lifts up the voice and life of an abused or neglected child stands a compassionate donor like the good people at The Village Grind.

With their support, CASA Kendall County is developing new tools and resources for an ever-expanding network that trains and supports the dedicated volunteers who work on the front lines for children.

The generosity of The Village Grind's owners and patrons takes us one step closer to fulfilling the commitment to put a CASA volunteer in the life of every child who needs one.

Lisa Coffey

President

Brandon Grometer

Executive Director

CASA Kendall County

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