It was just six years ago that Dallas CASA Executive Director Beverly Levy retired. Over her 21 years with the organization she brought “her unique blend of care and nurturing, relationship-building and relentless cheerleading to the role” of providing court-appointed special advocates for children.
Just one of the highlights of her tenure was the opening of the state-of-art, 25,500-square-foot Dallas CASA headquarters on Swiss Avenue in April 2014.
To honor Beverly for her dedication and work, the Caroline Rose Hunt Cherish the Children Award will be presented to her at this year’s Cherish The Children luncheon on Friday, April 3, at the Omni Dallas Hotel.
Luncheon Co-Chairs Leigh Danley and Leslie Wayne are in the process of “forming the host committee for the event and are inviting all community members, who worked alongside Beverly during her 21 years at Dallas CASA, to join the committee.”
Leigh and Leslie have also arranged for knock-it-out-the-park author Liz “From Homeless to Harvard” Murray to be the luncheon speaker. Having experienced a gut wrenching childhood, her story is firsthand proof of “the impact of having advocates in their lives of vulnerable children.”
Sponsorships and tickets are available here!