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Become a sponsor for one of our events or fundraisers.

Our events help raise funds and awareness to meet our goals of empowering people who have experienced trauma and preventing sexual and family violence. Our fundraisers have successfully aided our impact and outreach to the community

Main Events

Round Up: This event sponsors a hometown hero who has demonstrated excellence in advocacy for sexual and family violence prevention and empowered those who have been abused. Our signature event recognizes their dedication, achievements and lasting impact on our region. The festive evening event features dinner, music and dancing.

Lend Us Your Ear: Pearls, rubies, diamonds ... oh, my! Join us for a fun evening of cocktails, food and jewelry shopping. This jewelry extravaganza features sales of fine jewelry and vintage pieces as well as a silent auction.

Speak Up: Feast on a great meal, enjoy select microbrews, take part in casino games and enjoy cigars! SPEAK UP! is a call to everyone to recognize the powerful role we all play in preventing violence and promoting safety.

Additional Events

We host many events throughout the year for our clients. It is our goal to help them create new memories or healthy experiences with events that, previously, may have been traumatic. We ensure that all of those who seek out our services get a chance to celebrate Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Thanksgiving to name a few. We also have camps for children and youth. You may sponsor gifts, activities, the meal or the entire event.

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If you would like to become a sponsor, have questions, or need additional information, please contact our Development Director Alicia Rascon at 915.593.1000, ext. 402 or arascon@casfv.org.

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We provide all services without regard to race, ethnicity, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.