There are a lot of different ways to join the fun and give at this year's event! Here is what you receive with each Sponsorship Level & Ticket Type:
If you decide to purchase either a Platinum, Premier, or Diamond Sponsorship Package or a Reserved Table of 8, please be sure to update your guest list the moment you know the names/contact info for your guests, and also make sure your guests know the table name you give your group so that they can pre-register their credit card on file to make check-in move quicker for them at the event. Otherwise, if a guest tries to pre-register a credit card and they are NOT on your guest list, we may have to have them redo their card registration at the venue.
There is hope and restoration at the Advocacy Center. The Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children began in 1976 as the Waco Rape Crisis Center. It has grown into an umbrella agency with three programs, the Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC), The Victims Center, and Prevention and Education – offering many services to the hurting in our community. Advocacy Center for Crime Victims and Children (ACCVC) is committed to serving all members of our community. Our mission is universal and based in compassion and respect for our entire community without regard to anyone's status as a member of a protected class. However, our mission also requires us to stay ever vigilant against those in our community that would intentionally do harm to others, and to remain cognizant of the sensitive nature and special needs of the individuals and families that we serve. The nature of our services are such that the ACCVC has an obligation to ensure every safeguard is utilized and that the safety of our clients remains our top priority. For that reason, ACCVC reserves the right to deny admission to ACCVC events and/or reject financial or volunteer contributions from any individual or group that ACCVC, in its sole judgment, determines to pose a threat of any kind to an individual client or the mission of the ACCVC as a whole.
ACCVC services six central Texas counties, including Hill County, Texas.
About CASA of Hill County, Texas
CASA is part of a national volunteer movement that began in 1977 when a judge in Seattle decided he needed to know more about the children whose lives were in his hands. He started using community volunteers--regular citizens--as a "voice in court" for abused and neglected children. These Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) provided him with the detailed information he needed to safeguard the children's best interests and ensure that they were placed in safe, permanent homes as quickly as possible. The program was so successful that it was copied around the nation. Today, CASA is serving the children throughout Hill County, Texas. CASA of Hill County Texas is committed to speaking for the best interest of abused and neglected children. CASA recruits, trains and supervises volunteers who advocate to ensure that each and every child is permitted to grow up in a safe, nurturing and permanent home.
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