Vacation images will assist assist Court docket Advocates for Kids | All Entry

A local photographer gives people the chance to capture the vacation spirit and advocate for abused and neglected children in Kittitas County.

On December 18 and 19, Kelsey Joy Majors Photography is offering vacation photos for $ 20 in the Mercer Creek Church parking lot, according to a press release from the organizers.

Proceeds from this event will be donated to Court Advocates for Children by Kelsey Joy Majors Photography. A voluntary Special Advocate (CASA) court for six years, Majors understands the tremendous need the Court Advocates for Children program faces every year in advocating for the abused and neglected children deploy in Kittitas County.

Majors, a professional local photographer and CASA volunteer, wanted the community to have the opportunity to take vacation photos as Santa photos are not readily available this year due to COVID-19 while also supporting Court Advocates for Children.

Thats how it works:

• Show up during the hours offered

• Stay in your car until it is your turn

• Get your photo taken ($ 20)

• Five days later you will receive a link to your photo.

The majors put up an old truck with Christmas decorations that makes a great photo for you, your family, and / or your pet. There will also be $ 5 raffle tickets for a chance at a Nintendo Switch.

“I am thrilled to share my gift of photography with a community that I am so proud to be part of while supporting a program that will change children’s lives for life,” said Majors.

Court Advocates for Children is a 501 © 3 not-for-profit organization that supports and promotes court-appointed volunteer advocacy so that every child who has experienced abuse or neglect is safe, has a permanent home, and has the opportunity to flourish .

Since 1985, court-appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers have worked on behalf of thousands of children who have been ill-treated or neglected in Kittitas County. The Children’s Court Attorney’s mission is to provide trained independent volunteers who work for the welfare of abused and neglected children in the Kittitas County judicial system. CASA volunteers are appointed by judges to work for the good of the children. You stay with each case until it is closed and the child is in a safe, permanent home. Court Advocates for Children looks after children from birth to 18 years of age.

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