September 13, 2018 | LACASA Center recently awarded Jim Gilligan, owner of Snedicor’s Green Earth Cleaners, with a recognition plaque honoring the 10th anniversary of hosting Cinderella’s Closet. Gilligan, who is Snedicor’s Chief Operating Officer, first began hosting the charity event in 2008.
Pets often are used to control victims. Abusers may threaten to harm or even kill a family pet to keep an intimate partner from leaving an abusive relationship. LACASA Center offers two cozy indoor kennel facilities that keep pets safe and sound.
Lucy Diebolt, a longtime LACASA volunteer, has to be one of the bravest people I’ve ever met. While she triumphed in her struggle over domestic violence, Lucy lost her battle with cancer on Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018.
Shining Stars! ~ We had so much fun honoring our volunteers this week. They dedicate their time, energy and talents in a myriad of ways to help victims and survivors of abuse from our community.
The Kellogg Family Foundation has signed on as LACASA’s first ever Philanthropy Partner, with a $20,000 grant to support critical programs and services at the agency that are not funded by other local, state or federal grants.
Spring 2018 ~ Our Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) were sworn in recently following their completion of specialized training programs at LACASA Center.
APRIL 2018 ~ We want to thank the supporters of the Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club’s “Midnight in the Tropics” event for their generous contribution to our Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program.
APRIL ~ The 2018 Champion for Children award recipient was announced recently during LACASA’s Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Council’s “Champion Awards Luncheon” at the Howell Opera House.
100 Women Who Care About Livingston County gave a generous donation for victims and survivors of abuse at LACASA Center.
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK of Brighton invites the public to donate before Mother’s Day to help vulnerable local mothers who are staying in LACASA’s Crisis Shelter or who are clients at LACASA.