Yavapai CASA for Kids Seeks Community Support for Gala Benefiting Foster Youth

Prescott Valley, Arizona – Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation (YC4KF) is currently seeking the community’s support to make their 8th annual Gala,Champion for Children: A Triple Crown Affair, on June 11th a huge win for this area’s local foster youth.

The Gala will be held from 12pm until 5pm at the Sam Hill Warehouse in Prescott and will feature live music, a live and silent auction, raffles, food inspired by the Triple Crown, streaming of the Belmont race, and much more! All proceeds from the event go straight towards YC4KF programs that directly impact the lives of over 400 foster children in Yavapai County.

“When you choose to sponsor or donate to the Champion for Children: A Triple Crown Affair Gala, you are, not only, being a part of the Quad Cities’ premiere fundraising event for children but are also becoming an ally for this county’s most vulnerable population,” said Yvonne Bartlett, YC4KF Operations Manager.

YC4KF is currently in need of auction items and raffle prizes and has sponsorship levels start at $250 with the top tier coming in at $5,000. Sponsors receive a wide range of benefits for their contribution ranging from being featured on digital media including social, receiving free tickets to the Gala, having advertisements in the Gala program, giving a podium address at the Gala itself, and more.  All donations to Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation are tax deductible and qualify for the Arizona State Tax Credit.

Those interested in donating or becoming a sponsor need to have their donations or sponsorship packet and money turned in to Yavapai CASA for Kids Foundation by May 20th, at the latest.

“Last year the community helped us raise nearly $50,000 for local foster youth and we are excited to see the impact, together, we make this year!” Said Mona Stephens, YC4KF Development Director.

For more information on YC4KF, becoming a sponsor, or donating to this year’s Gala visit YC4KF.org or email [email protected] with “Gala” in the subject line