2021 IMPACT

LIFTING UP CHILDREN'S VOICES

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As we continue to navigate the extraordinary challenges of a pandemic, it has been uplifting to see the incredible resilience of our board, staff, and volunteers. Henrico CASA’s success depends on our volunteers and the staff who support them, and they have continued to prove just how committed they are. We have been constantly challenged to think about how we would continue our advocacy and keep everyone – our volunteers, staff, children, and families – safe and healthy.

We are proud that we constantly speak up and stand up for the vulnerable children in our community who need us most. Throughout this pandemic, with creativity and dedication, our advocates remained the eyes and ears of the judge for every single abused and neglected child referred to our agency. CASAs remained ever-present advocates despite physically distant environments for the children isolated at home in potentially dangerous situations.

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It is humbling to be part of this organization and surrounded by like-minded, good-hearted, and child-loving individuals who work tirelessly to support our cause. That includes YOU. Your dedication pushes us closer to ensuring our vision – that all children in Henrico County live in safe and stable homes – becomes a reality.

The strength and leadership shown throughout our agency during the past eighteen months demonstrates that together we can not only face - but also rise up to lead the way through - any challenge.  Because of this, the future of Henrico CASA and the children we serve is bright.  It has never been easy, but our work is now more critical than ever.  As we enter our 27th year of advocacy for Henrico County's children, we will be sharing our exciting, new strategic plan that supports our vision for strengthening families.

We will never give up on our vision as there is always more work to be done.  We hope that you will once again commite to supporting Henrico CASA and the children and families we serve, to make our community even stronger, together.

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Betsy Beach
Board Chair

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Jeannine Panzera
Executive Director

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OUR MISSION

Henrico CASA advocates in court for a child's best interests and seeks to educate the community concerning the needs of abused and neglected children.

OUR VISION

All children in Henrico County live in safe and stable homes.

When we embody our values, we earn the right to show up.

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family preservation

gratitude

equity

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116
Volunteers

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10,882

Hours

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26,673
Case Contacts

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$309,702
Value

When a child needs a voice, we speak up.

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385 Children Served

When a family needs support, we build up.

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CASA volunteers advocate for the best interest
of children who have experienced abuse or neglect.

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When the court needs assistance, we stand up.

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100% of children
received appropriate
treatment and
remedial services

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97% of CASA
recommendations
were incorporated
into court orders

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No child
re-experienced
abuse/neglect while
assigned a CASA

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My CASA would always tell me she would do everything in her power fighting for me. She let the Judge know how I really felt.

- 9 Year Old

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The CASA always reassured me that my child's safety was priority. Partnering with her gave me the confidence to overcome my fear of further physical violence and continue to do all that I can for the best interest of my child.

- Parent

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CASA was able to "humanize" the case. The details about how the children play, how they interact with each other, with the parent, even with the CASA worker, were all very helpful and a different perspective.

- Judge

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The CASA Challenge went virtual in 2020 and raised more than $16,000!

PARTICIPATING GOLF COURSES

The Dominion Club
The Federal Club
The Foundry Club
Hermitage Country Club
Independence Golf Club
Lakeside Park Club
Richmond Country Club
Willow Oaks Country Club

SPONSORS ($500)

B&L Floorcovering
Anne Preston and Neil Farmer
Independent Container Line, Ltd.
Marty and Becky Kanipe
Rebkee
Mrs. C.B. Robertson II
The Idea Center

DONORS

Joan and Joe Buhrman
Martha and Chas Davidson
Christine and Thomas Gravins
Bill and Barbara Grove
William Jiranek
Laurel McGeorge
Cherie and Fritz Mehler
Del Mugford
Mary and Terry Parsley
Billy Stinson
Bobby Turnage
In Honor of Jeannine Panzera

IN KIND

Dynamic Brands
Leaderboard King
Tuckahoe Orthopaedics
Will 2 Golf

TEAM LEADERS

Gregory Bales
Ben Beach
Bill Beach
Blake Beach
George Brooks
Clide Cannon
Chris Durand
Neil Farmer
Josh Hodges
Marty and Becky Kanipe
Lee Mallonee
Fannie Mallonee
Laurel McGeorge
Chris Orski
Jim Renehan
Paul Shively
Tom Spangler
William Talley
Lee Younts

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Henrico CASA's inaugural Home for Good event in April 2021 at Short Pump Town Center raised awareness for our mission and generated more than $78,700!

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LOCATION SPONSOR

Short Pump Town Center
Brookfield Properties

PLAYHOUSE BUILDERS

Classic Construction
DPR Construction
Southern Traditions Custom Home Builders

MATERIAL DONORS

Building Materials & Construction Solutions
Massey Builders' Supply

DONORS

Architect ($7,500)
Dominion Energy

Developer ($5,000-$7,499)
Beirne Carter Foundation
Kroger

Designer ($2,500-$4,999)
Cross Timbers Roofing
Eagle Construction
Estes Express Lines
Farmer Properties
Kinloch Development Corporation
Patient First Corporation
Virginia Physicians for Women

SPONSORS

Foundation ($1,000-$2,499)
Atlantic Union Bank – Wealth Management
CSC Leasing
Dibert Valve & Fitting Company, Inc.
Hand & Stone Massage and Facial Spa of Short Pump James River Interiors
Raison Brands
Rehab Valuator
Southern Trust Mortgage
South State Bank
The Idea Center

Shelter ($500-$999)
BrownGreer PLC
E A Holsten, Inc.
Ernst & Young LLP
Jeff and Allison Gross
KDW Home
Lansing Building Products
Martin & Associates, Inc.
The McKenney Family
RVA Pediatrics
Shaheen, Ruth, Martin & Fonville Real Estate
Troutman Pepper LLP
Tuckahoe Landscaping & Lawn Care
Tuckahoe Orthopaedics
West End Antiques Mall

DONORS

Doug and Stewart Albertson
Cannon's Online Auction
Mark and Jean Claud
Emily Dunstan
Lee Facetti
Fredrick D & Karen G Schaufeld Family Foundation
Noreen Harris
Susan and Bert Hayes
Mr. and Mrs. H. Pettus LeCompte
Dr. Douglas Nassif
Sandra Tetreault - In Memory of Theresa Tetreault

IN KIND

Carousel Signs & Designs
Hughes Outdoor Media
Liesfeld Contractor, Inc.
OES Equipment
Sunbelt Rentals
VPM | Virginia's Home for Public Media

PARTICIPANTS & WINNERS

Congratulations to our three playhouse winnners: Caroline Follo, Karen Schaufeld, and Nancy Greenberg Winston!  A special thank you to the more than 200 families who supported Henrico CASA by making a donation for a chance to win one of the playhouses!  A list of all of those who donated can be found here.

Your support lifts us up.

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In addition to special fundraising events, Henrico CASA is grateful for the generous donors who support our mission all year long.

Your generous giving of time and finances last year had a material impact on our operations. Most importantly, you enabled us to accept every new case referred to us by judges in the Henrico County Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court. With your help in the upcoming year, we will continue to leave no child behind.

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2021 Impact Report Assets (1)
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$446,140

2021 Impact Report Assets
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Total Liabilities + Net Assets

$1,142,997

Each year our financial statements are audited by independent auditors and made public. Check back soon for a more detailed look at our Financial Audit and/or IRS Form 990.

We never give up.

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

FY20-21

Betsy Beach, Chair
Chris Durand, Vice Chair
Mary Jo Sisson-Vaughan, Treasurer
Fannie Mallonee, Secretary
Anne Preston Farmer
Bryan Jenkins
Paul Ronson
Paul Shively
Rabbi Adam Winston
Jessica Coburn, Advisor
Dave Luck, CPA, CFP, Advisor
Kevin Bruny, Lifetime Member
Jon Ganues, Lifetime Member
Pat Hackler, Lifetime Member

FY21-22

Betsy Beach, Chair
Chris Durand, Vice Chair
Mary Jo Sisson-Vaughan, Treasurer
Bryan Jenkins, Secretary
Jessica Coburn
Anne Preston Farmer
Rutherfoord Ferguson
Dr. Suzanne Mathias Lagosky
Shannon Mitchell
Paul Ronson
Paul Shively
Rabbi Adam Winston
Dave Luck, CPA, CFP, Advisor
Dr. Doug Nassif, Advisor
Kevin Bruny, Lifetime Member
Jon Ganues, Lifetime Member
Pat Hackler, Lifetime Member

STAFF

Jeannine Panzera
Executive Director

Kristin Blalock
Community Engagement Coordinator

Nicole Howell
Volunteer Coordinator

Lorrie Moore
Volunteer Coordinator

Trish Stewart
Volunteer Coordinator

Rebecca Kalman-Winston
Case Manager

Marie Gordon
Program + Financial Assistant

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