At Jay’s Catering, our passion doesn’t stop at providing our customers with the best hands-on experience and delicious food. We care about our community, building those lasting relationships, and most importantly, ensuring that everyone we’ve helped through a catering order, event, or collaboration feels like part of our family. We know how important being part of a family is. Sharing the achievements, supporting the heartaches, and helping shape and guide the younger generations. That is why we are thrilled to announce that our team here at Jay’s is about to extend our family a little further by getting involved with the non-profit organization, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Orange County. CASA’s mission states, “CASA provides a powerful voice and meaningful connection for children who have experienced abuse, neglect and abandonment.” We’re dedicating the extra time we have to help CASA in any capacity we can, and we are encouraging you to do the same. From donating to volunteering, no act of kindness is too small and no amount of service will go unnoticed. There is no better place to start than in our own backyard and no better time than now!
We were honored to attend the 2019 Friends of CASA Holiday Luncheon this past December where over $481,000 was raised all benefiting the lives of struggling youth in the Orange County area. Tears filled our eyes as amazing success stories were told by CASA volunteers who are fully committed to giving their time and compassionate hearts to mentor these children in everyday settings, and advocate for them in the courtroom. Stories of graduations, landing first jobs, and overcoming all the odds brought guests to their feet in applause. We left the luncheon enlightened, humbled and eager to bring awareness to this amazing cause. Children like your sons, daughters, nieces, and nephews have lost trust and are going in and out of group homes and foster care. We need to show them that there is a light at the end of the tunnel, people out there do care about them and want to see them through their hardships, and most importantly, make them feel like family.
To learn more about CASA, CLICK HERE.