Children’s festival held for non-profit

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Children’s festival held for non-profit
Jordan Dabney, hosted a “Fun Festival for Kids” at her local American Legion Hall to raise awareness about child abuse and to benefit Child Advocacy Services (CAS).

CAS is a private, non-profit umbrella agency providing services through the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program, Child Advocacy Center (CAC) program and other services supporting their mission to give voice, healing and security to children. CAS offers child advocacy, clinical services, and prevention and education for children and families in southeast Louisiana.

The donated funds will help to continue services to the residents in the parishes CAS serves.




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