My Mission for CASA

I was first introduced to Child Advocacy San Antonio (CASA) by two very dear friends of mine. Fernando and I have always been very involved with the community and have a passion for organizations focused on children. For the first seven years, while my babies were growing up, Fernando was the one that took the lead and while, financially contributing to CASA, he served as the Chairman for the San Antonio Board of Trustees for Make a Wish of Central and South Texas. We firmly believe that kids are our future and they deserve to have a fresh start. Now that my kids are older, I am ready to take the lead and I am more than flattered to have been offered the Chair Position for CASA´s upcoming Gallery of Hope Gala.

What is CASA? Children come into State Care not by their own fault but because of the acts/negligence of their parents and/or caregivers. CASA makes sure that kids have a voice and recruits and trains volunteers to make sure that kids needs are met and they find a safe and permanent home.

How can I help CASA? You can help these children either by donating money, clothes, toys and most importantly… your time! Please contact CASA so you can become and advocate. 5,800 kids were abused in the Bexar County in 2018 and you could help save a life.

Children have the right to be safe. 

To see CASA's "Best Interest" model of advocacy please click the following fact seeth.

CASA Fact Sheet

What is the Gallery of Hope?
Gallery of Hope is an exhibit of the hopes and healings that CASA provides abused and neglected children. Through this collection of photos you will witness the difference that CASA makes in every single children. We will also have several art pieces donated by local and Mexican artists that will be inspired by this amazing cause that will be available for

If you are interested in attending or donating to this event, please follow this link