event sponsorship

There are many ways to help raise funds for Dallas CASA. Consider becoming a title or table sponsor for one of our annual fundraising events.


Parade of Playhouses Underwriting & Sponsorship
Parade of Playhouses is an annual event benefiting Dallas CASA. Each year, generous corporate partners design and build one-of-a-kind children's playhouses. The playhouses are displayed during August at NorthPark Center, Dallas. Raffle tickets for a chance to win a playhouse are sold to NorthPark visitors and online. More than 1,000,000 people visit NorthPark during the 17-day event and more than 600 volunteers sell raffle tickets. All proceeds from the raffle ticket sales provide crucial funding to Dallas CASA. In addition to raising critical funds, this event brings the plight of child abuse to the forefront of public attention.

Build a Playhouse
If you are interested in building your own playhouse, you will receive recognition associated with the Mansion underwriting level, beginning at $7,500. Your material costs will be included in this donation. Dallas CASA can partner your organization with an approved builder to design and build a playhouse that represents your business or interests. Or you may choose one of our approved, award-winning designs from the "Life of an Architect" competition winners. Please see Playhouse Builder Guidelines for details on construction and delivery. To get started, please fill out the Builder Confirmation Form. For more information, contact Stacy Lillis at slillis@dallascasa.org or 469-547-9456. 

Underwriting Opportunities
Various levels of sponsorship allow you to support CASA through Parade of Playhouses.

Underwriting Levels

Presenting

$50,000

Kingdom

$30,000

Palace

$10,000

Mansion

$5,000

Chateau

$2,500

Villa

$1,000

Visit Parade of Playhouses to view event photos. If you are interested in building a playhouse and/or underwriting this year's event, please contact Stacy Lillis at slillis@dallascasa.org or 469-547-9456.

Champion of Children Award Dinner
The Champion of Children Award Dinner raises awareness about the plight of abused and neglected children by bringing together Dallas business and community leaders, judges and attorneys to honor an individual whose efforts improve the lives of the most powerless and vulnerable members of our community. Each year, the event recognizes a community partner for their significant contributions toward improving the lives of children with the Judge Barefoot Sanders Champion of Children Award.

Be a Champion of Children Award Dinner Sponsor
Various levels of sponsorship allow you to support CASA through the Champion of Children Award Dinner.

Sponsor Levels

Presenting Sponsor

$50,000

Platinum Sponsor

$25,000

Crystal Sponsor

$15,000

Gold Sponsor

$10,000

Silver Sponsor

$ 5,000

Bronze Sponsor

$ 2,500

Visit Champion of Children Award Dinner to view event photos. If you are interested in sponsoring this year's event, contact Cynthia Calabrese at ccalabrese@dallascasa.org or 469-547-9445.


 

Cherish the Children
The annual Cherish the Children luncheon is hosted by the Dallas CASA Children's Council. Attended by Dallas CASA supporters, the event sells children's chairs and furnishings specially designed by Dallas' top event, home furnishings, fashion and interior designers and furniture manufacturers. Proceeds from the auction of the children's chairs and furnishings are donated to Dallas CASA to help the agency serve the children of Dallas County.

Underwriting Opportunities
Various levels of underwriting allow you to support CASA through the Cherish the Children luncheon.

Underwriting Levels

CASA Angel

$20,000

CASA Protector

$15,000

CASA Keeper

$10,000

Patron Table

$ 5,000

CASA Friend

$ 2,500

Visit Cherish the Children to view event photos. If you are interested in designing a chair, underwriting this year's event or purchasing tickets, contact Stacy Lillis at slillis@dallascasa.org or 469-547-9456.


 

“I got involved with CASA because I am a mother and a teacher. I know these children may not be recognized, but they are among us and they deserve our help. This was something I thought was worth investing time in. Sadly, the need for advocates hasn’t changed, but, happily, CASA is still doing great things for children.”
— Margo Goodwin, former Dallas CASA Board member and Children's Council charter member