Circle of IMPACT Business Partners
The Circle of IMPACT is a special philanthropy group made up of dynamic women who are committed to the children of our community. Their mission is to ensure the financial prosperity of CASA to serve every child in need, one child at a time.
The Circle has recently established some great partnerships with local businesses that care about the well-being of children in our community. Donate furniture to the auction house, get your carpets cleaned, enjoy a glass of wine or a nice dinner, and feel good knowing a portion of your business will support CASA’s work on behalf of children…
Kirk and Hill
Kirk and Hill clothing store has been named Best Women’s Clothing Store in Colorado Springs by numerous publications. Their accolades include Best Women’s Fashion by The Gazette, Best Women’s Clothier by Colorado Springs Style Magazine for numerous years, and Best Local Store for Women’s Fashion – Colorado Springs Independent. This women’s store has been in business for 30 years and has created a one-of-a-kind shopping experience that caters to their customers needs through exceptional service, fashion forward styles and a unique wardrobing service. If you are too busy to shop for yourself or simply need a little assistance in picking out the perfect outfit or gift, stop by and let the expert staff help you. Kirk and Hill is also a great destination to accessorize with jewelry, scarves and more! Visit the wonderful people at Kirk and Hill located in the Chapel Hills Mall. Jackie Gunn, owner of Kirk and Hill partners with CASA by making a generous yearly donation.
Join CASA and Kirk & Hill for Project Funway, September 21: A benefit for foster teens served by The Hanger
Starkey Mortgage, Colorado Springs
Starkey’s Mortgage believes it has an important role to play in strengthening our communities. That is why they are dedicated to helping improving the quality of life in the communities where their employees live and work. When you close your home mortgage with Starkey Mortgage, a $250 donation will be made to CASA in your name. Starkey’s Community Connection Program leaves you feeling good knowing that your mortgage is helping children.
WR Starkey Mortgage is located at 1155 Kelly Johnson Blvd, Suite 302. Contact Mary J. Thorne at 719-266-8870.
Motif is a wonderful and unique music, food, and drink venue located at 2432 West Cucharras Street on Colorado Springs’s westside. With live jazz and delicious eats, patrons can enjoy a unique night out and support CASA, as well. Owners Heather & Andy Darrigan and Steve Draper have instituted a “CASA Night” every first Thursday of the month. Ten percent of sales go to support local children in need – so invite your friends and join us! For more information, contact them at 719.635.5635 or email@example.com.
First American Title provides comprehensive title insurance coverage and professional services for real estate purchases, construction, refinances, and equity loans. the Colorado Springs office located at 6005 Delmonico Dr., gives a generous annual donation to CASA. For more information, contact Branch Manager Carmen Kolson at 719.358.2295.
Century Chem-Dry provides carpet cleaning and repair, upholstery & area rug cleaning, tile and stone cleaning, and emergency water damage services. They have a fast-drying, cleaner, healthier process, which is a carbonated deep cleaning and eliminates spots, grit, and allergens in your carpets – it is also green certified! Green Star Air Duct Cleaning provides air duct and dryer vent cleaning, using state of the art Rotobrush equipment and video inspection. Local owners, Anna & David Traenkle, generously provide their services for CASA children with allergy and asthma issues, helping them to live in a healthy and safe environment. In addition to a generous monthly donation, they contribute 15% of services purchased by CASA supporters. For more information, contact them at 719.596.8282 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Little London is Colorado Springs’ newest retail consignment shop and Auction House 109 is the city’s quality auction house. Sharing space at 109 South Sierra Madre on the western edge of downtown, Little London and Auction House 109 offer consigned merchandise to meet all of your needs. Little London features high quality home furnishing and accessories and quality clothing and accessories. Auction House 109 provides a public auction venue where you can find collectibles, contemporary and antique furniture, art, tools, equipment and much more. While Little London and Auction House 109 help you make your home beautiful or help you sell those items you are no longer using, they also partner with CASA to help local children find safe and loving homes. Through this partnership, you may contribute items for consignment on behalf of CASA. Little London and Auction House 109 provide a free evaluation and pick up and will generously donate 70% of the sale to CASA. Contact owner MaryBeth Cipoletti at 632.5588 or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Inspired by humanitarianism, Humanitas exists to craft a memorable wine experience that honors winegrowing excellence and passionately dedicates profits to charity. Locally, all sale profits are generously donated to CASA. You will find Humanitas wines at local wine and liquor stores and restaurants, including CASA partner Motif. What a better way to enjoy a glass or bottle knowing that, not only are you drinking a great wine, you are supporting children in need.
Humanitas wines can be found at these local establishments: Motif, The Melting Pot, Coquette’s Bistro, Broadmoor Wine & Spirits, Coaltrain Wine & Spirits, Powers Liquor Mart, Sovereignty Wines, Vintages Wine & Spirits, and The Wine Seller. For more information, contact wine distributor Staci Blair at 719.439.3177 or email@example.com.