Sustaining Circle

Sustaining Circle

Did you know CASAs are proven effective in reducing the amount of time spent in foster care for our assigned children? Children with a CASA experience fewer placements and have better educational outcomes too. CASA volunteers contribute more than 2000 hours a year to making this happen for abused and neglected children in Yamhill County. It costs about $100/month to give a child a CASA.

Would you become one of our Sustaining Circle Members with a regular contribution that will make a lifelong difference for a child?

In 2014, we challenged our Sustaining Circle members to help us grow by increasing Sustaining Circle Donations and they responded by increasing donations by more than 10%! They are special people; a great group to be a part of.

The Sustaining Circle is one way to get involved and support abused and neglected kids. There are several options:

The following donors are current members of our Sustaining Circle. (Some donors have chosen to remain anonymous.)

  • Carl Aplin
  • Harlene Brown
  • Kathy & Gary Cabe
  • Don & Laura Christensen
  • Virginia Crabtree
  • Sandra Crabtree
  • Carol Foutch
  • Carol Fredrick
  • Annely Germaine
  • Ed & Candy Gormley
  •  Chris & Heather Harris
  • Bob & Bobbie Hibbert
  • Darrell & Lucy King
  • John & Linda Lenyo
  • Casey & Karen Manfrin
  • Mary Alice McFarland
  • The late Bernie McGinnis 
  • Linda Nelson
  • Jan Williams & Jim Parker
  • Jay & Jessica Payne
  • John & Joan Schindelar
  • Sarah Shipley
  • Cal Tichenor
  • Catherine Wright