Join CASA in creating safety, opportunity and a world free from domestic violence. Become a Visionary, Benefactor, Champion, Patron or Supporter by reserving one of the naming opportunities below.
Please contact us to learn more or browse the complete list of available naming opportunities below.
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40,000-SF Building | Sonia Raymund Foundation
The new shelter will help us to serve more than three times the number of victims, significantly reducing the number of people turned away due to limited capacity (currently 1400 each year).
Assembly Hall | $500,000
Large gathering room for social activities, trainings, workshops and services for women—including those with partner organizations.
Kitchen & Dining Hall | $300,000
The shelter will house two large rooms that combine kitchen and dining for residents.
Children's Playground | KaBOOM! and the Tampa Bay Rays
Children will be given the opportunity to run and play in a safe environment.
Resource Center | $200,000
Residents will have a state-of-the-art computer lab with access to employment, education and community resources.
Lobby, Intake & Reception Area | HSN Cares
A high-security area where victims will first arrive and be greeted.
Conference Room | CASA Board of Directors
Will be utilized for private staff meetings, workshops and trainings.
Administrative Room | $150,000
Large office for the Peacemakers Prevention Program for use by multiple staff members.
Living Room | $150,000
Allows residents to socialize in a comfortable home-like setting and enjoy game night, movies and other social activities.
"Go Green" Partners | Pinellas County and David Baldwin
This initiative is to save energy through the installation of solar electric and water panels.
Youth Center | Frances & Gertrude Levitt Foundation
Provides activities and groups for children at the shelter.
Group Rooms | $100,000
Provides space for support groups, classes and life skills training for residents.
Fitness Center | Reserved for Priscilla A. Schaeneman
Provides indoor space for stationary exercise equipment.
Health Clinic | In Memory of Virginia Baldwin
Medical Equipment | St. Anthony's Hospital
Residents often have long-neglected health needs, which can be assessed and addressed.
Shelter Security | $100,000
Includes security cameras and swipe key cards to residents’ rooms.
Technology Room | $100,000
Houses CASA’s IT Infrastructure.
Teen Recreation Room | $100,000
Gives older children their own space for age-appropriate support groups and activities.
Crisis Helpline Room | Verizon
Where 4,000 crisis calls for assistance are answered.
Kennel | $75,000
Kennel | Principle Donor: Cain's Kids & Critters
The kennel allows residents to bring their pets during their difficult transition.
Boutique | $50,000
Allows residents to choose needed clothing and personal items with CASA gift cards on-site. CASA estimates over $100,000 worth of in-kind merchandise will be donated annually.
Food Storage & Pantry | $50,000 (One remains available)
Food Storage & Pantry | Publix Super Markets Charities
The food storage area will allow us to effectively store our dry and frozen goods for resident needs.
Herb & Vegetable Garden | $50,000
Provides a therapeutic opportunity for residents and their children to learn how to grow their own food.
Large Laundry Rooms | $50,000 (Two rooms available)
Residents do their own laundry on site. Each room has six sets of machines.
Picnic Area & Deck | Outback Steakhouse
Gathering area for families to socialize, have lunch or a house barbecue.
Play Room | $50,000 (Three rooms remain available)
Play Room | Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County
Play Room | The White Family Foundation
Provides a place for children to play safely and in view of parents who may be cooking, cleaning, doing laundry or talking with groups.
Serenity Garden | In Memory of Barbara B. Shepherd
Provides a peaceful setting for residents to relax outdoors.
Transportation Vans | $50,000 (One remains available)
Transportation Vans | Principle Donor: Wells Fargo
CASA picks up victims of domestic violence and transports them to medical appointments, court appearances and employment opportunities.
Children's Library | JWI (Jewish Women International)
Provides children in crisis situations resources to stay at or above grade level.
Bus Stop Shelter (North) | Rotary Club of Indian Rocks Beach
Bus Stop Shelter (South) | Mr. Matthew Heady, Eagle Scout Project - BSA Troop #263
Shelter participants often rely on bus service to go to work, look for housing or meet with outside service providers. Covered bus stops help to make public transportation more accessible in all weather.
Staff Break Room | Tons of Tile
Offers staff the opportunity to take short breaks and a place to eat.
Playground Area | In Honor of Sheila Meskin
Bedrooms | $10,000 (22 rooms remain available)
Bedrooms | The Yerrid Foundation (5)
Bedrooms | These Generous Donors
Two beds per room, which will provide more privacy and alleviates over-crowding (current facility has six beds per room). Families may have adjoining rooms.
Memorial Benches | $5,000 (Additional available)
Benches | Friend of CASA
Residents can rest along the walking trails in a safe and peaceful setting.
Wall Tile | $1,000/ each
Show your support by sponsoring a tile to display on an interior wall of the shelter.
Supporters may also donate online at www.casa-stpete.org/shelter or by mailing a check to: CASA, PO Box 414, St. Petersburg, FL 33731.