La Casa es su Casa

“In The Company of Young Children”

La Casa es su Casa, our annual cocktails and hors d’oeuvres reception, was originally scheduled for April 7th at New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC). But due to coronavirus closures, we are now re-imagining our annual fundraiser in a completely new way.


Please enjoy this short video of gratitude and appreciation to our event supporters and honorees. The video will also provide a glimpse into how we are adapting the event into an online experience.

With the theme “In the Company of Young Children,” we will celebrate La Casa de Don Pedro’s entry into infant and toddler care. The event will also recognize state and local leaders who have prioritized the well-being of New Jersey’s youngest citizens, particularly those born to families with economic, educational, social-emotional, and health disparities.


HOSTED BY


Beverly Lynn
Chief Executive Officer of Programs for Parents, Inc.

HONOREES


Samantha Lott-Velez
Executive Director of Early Childhood Education for the Newark Board of Education.

Robert L. Johnson, MD, FAAP
Dean of both Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.  Dr. Johnson is widely recognized for his expertise on adolescent issues including physical and mental health, adolescent HIV, violence, sexuality, health equity and family strengthening.

The Maher Charitable Foundation
Led by philanthropist Brian Maher, The Maher Charitable Foundation is improving educational opportunities for financially disadvantaged children in New Jersey.

This event is made possible by our generous sponsors.

Looking to support other events in La Casa’s 2020 Special Events Series? Learn more here.