Spring Tea & Fashion Show - CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 PANDEMIC

Founded in 2009 by donor and volunteer, Debby Ziegler, the Friends of CASA Annual Spring Tea & Fashion Show is a community fundraiser and social event that brings together a group of like-minded friends who strive to make a difference for children in our community. It was Debby’s desire to create a sustainable model for women to work on an event that supplemented the fundraising activities of Child Advocates combined with a social activity. The idea took off and the first Spring Tea raised $5,000. Over the years, The Friends of CASA group grew and the fundraiser has become an integral part of funding for the programs and staff at Child Advocates. The talents of this group of women are endless and includes artisans, makers, innovators, and show stoppers. This is a must attend event held in March each year.


Date:  Saturday, March 28, 2020

Time:  11:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Location:  Orchard Creek Lodge, 965 Orchard Creek Lane, Lincoln 95648

Individual Tickets:  $75 per person

*Because we sell out this event each year, sponsor tickets will not be held after Friday, February 14, 2020, to be available for sale to those individuals on our waiting list. Thank you.

All Sponsorships are tax deductible for income tax purposes to the extent allowable by law.

Federal Tax ID#; 77-0620948

Membership in the Friends of CASA group includes volunteer CASA’s, Mentors, former Board members, business women and others. The common core value is a shared passion for children and the willingness to jump in and work together to host a sold out event that sets the bar year over year, bringing together some of the most creative table decor and fashion to hit Placer County.


For more information, contact Membership Chair, Lynell Ross at lynell.rosscapc@gmail.com or call (530) 863-8149.

Friends of CASA raises funds and community awareness for Court Appointed Special Advocates. CASAs provide a powerful voice, stability and hope for abused, neglected or abandoned foster children. They present the dependency courts with essential information for determining a child’s best interests.