The CASA Traveling Cape has arrived at the Fort Worth Police Department with Chief Fitzgerald! We thank this hero for his courage in our community and hope you will join in too by registering for the Superhero Run. You can be a hero for children who’ve been abused and neglected in Tarrant County by registering!
Look at this group! The Texas Rangers Wives, Children and Girlfriends have the #TravelingCape! Help them empower the community of Arlington to stand up for abused and neglected children by registering for the Superhero Run
Guess who? Brian Curtis NBC5 is on set with the Traveling Cape. Support CASA of Tarrant County by registering for the 3rd Annual Superhero Run! Every child needs a hero, but abused children need superheroes!
The cape has arrived just around the corner from the Levitt Pavilion and is donned by some heroes in our community—The firefighters of Arlington Fire Department, Station 1! We thank them for their support and hope you will join in too! Register today.
Join the race against child abuse and be a Superhero like Cynthia Izaguirre of News 8! CASA of Tarrant County is hosting our 3rd Annual Superhero Run at Levitt Pavilion in Arlington on October 29. All proceeds benefit abused and neglected children in Tarrant County. Kids under 6 are free!
Our Traveling Cape is headed to Bedford, TX today with Mayor Jim Griffin! Mayor Griffin believes that abused children need superheroes—do you? Sign up for CASA of Tarrant County’s 3rd Annual Superhero Run (Oct 29, Levitt Pavilion, Arlington) benefiting abused and neglected children in Tarrant County today!