Casa of Sedgwick County will be hosting a virtual fundraising event, “Triple Crown,” to benefit Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), a volunteer organization that advocates for abused and neglected children in the courts.
This year’s event will be completely virtual and will include catered brunch, “Derby” drinks, live auction and exciting horse race videos (with betting and prizes). Mark your calendars for this fun event on May 1st, 2021!
We ordered ONE taco and were so excited to surprise this delivery driver with a $500 TIP!!!! Random acts of kindness don’t require money.. it can be as simple as a kind gesture or a smile! ❤❤❤ #payitforward #pattersongivesback #randomactsofkindness
Cotillion for Achievement is a Scholastic Benefit Organization formed for the purpose of recognizing and awarding collegiate/postsecondary scholarships to outstanding high school seniors. Scholarships are based on the student’s achievements as well as extracurricular activities and community participation while exhibiting high moral and ethical standards.Do you know a non-profit that you think deserves to be recognized? Nominate them today at https://pattersongivesback.org/nominate-a-non-profit/
SCORE Mentors will be hosting a virtual women’s conference — “Becoming a Fearless Female” on April 22 from 1-5 PM. This event will feature presentations from strong women leaders of all industries nationwide. New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Lois Frankel, will be speaking about making your voice heard, your point made, and your presence felt.
Congrats to our second PATTERSON LEGAL GROUP ATHLETE OF THE MONTH!
Jaila has maintained a 4.0 grade point average throughout her four years of high school and scored a 24 on the ACT! Jaila is also a talented basketball player and has secured many accomplishments, including honorable mention honors her freshman/sophomore years, second team all-city as a junior, and is now averaging 18 points a game and seeking to make first team all-city and lead her team to the State Tournament! Go, JAILA!!!!!
Congrats to our first PATTERSON LEGAL GROUP ATHLETE OF THE MONTH!
Peyton dedicates extra time to her schoolwork as she works extremely hard toward her goal of gaining a scholarship to Wichita State University. Peyton runs track and cross country and had her first injury last season during cross country. While she was down and out, she worked effortlessly to get back into shape and is primed to do really well in her freshman track season. While she runs for NW High, she is also part of BSR Track Club. All of this while earning honor roll achievements! Peyton is also blind in one eye and has a prosthesis, but many people aren’t even aware.
Mission: HELPING PEOPLE. CHANGING LIVES. ENGAGING COMMUNITIES TO END POVERTY. Community Action Partnership administers programs, services and initiatives aimed at addressing poverty at a local level. They provide services such as housing development, energy assistance, and family services.
National Human Trafficking Awareness Day on January 11th brings attention to a crime that leaves a lasting toll on human life, families, and communities around the world.
We had the honor to visit Hope Ranch For Women a few weeks ago and were completely blown away by every aspect of this place. We are beyond grateful to have such a wonderful organization in our community.
Hope Ranch for Women is helping women and teen girls who are victims of human trafficking and abuse by giving them a safe place to call home as they heal.
Over 48,000 people have access to their products monthly, 29 organizations and 111 schools have been served, and over 1,000,000 personal hygiene products distributed. Thank you for all you do for the ICT community, Giving the Basics