Last week, Maddie Intfen and Sarah Kindscher met with us at the Fort Collins Harmony House to chat about Kappa Alpha Theta’s reestablishment at Colorado State University. Maddie and Sarah are recruiting women on campus and are eager to build their presence in the community. Although CASA is a national association, not all CASA programs have a supervised visitation and exchange program like CASA of Larimer County. We were so glad that these ladies could see the house and hear about the services provided at the Fort Collins and Loveland locations. They are interested in working with our programs as part of their philanthropic outreach and we are excited to work with them. Read their CSU story.
Nationally, Kappa Alpha Theta has been involved with CASA for many years. In 1989, CASA became the official philanthropy of the fraternity and both groups are pleased to be celebrating the 25th anniversary of their partnership. You can read more about CASA and Theta here. Be sure to check out the video I am a Theta. I am for the Child.
Stay tuned for updates on projects with these dedicated ladies! We are sure that they have big plans for working with us to help children in Larimer County.