Help CASA and Enjoy A Different Kind of Donut
Have you ever had a Hurts Donut? Well one thing you don't do is make the same mistake I did the first time I went. You don't get a dozen... unless you're sharing them with more than your spouse or significant other. Because these are big donuts. Their not just donuts either. It's like dessert on top of a donut. If you've never tried them, I have a way you can without even leaving Sedalia and help a good cause.
CASA, Citizens Against Spouse Abuse, is holding their 2021 Hurts Donut Fundraiser. For $25.00 you'll get to experience "The Hurts Dozen". Some of their selections include their Andes Mint Donut, their Fruity Peobbles Donut, and the donut my wife specifically sent me to Hurts to get, the Oreo Cheesecake Donut. Additionally, they're offering Maple Bacon Bars for $5.00 each.
Sedalia businesses who order The Hurts Dozen can have them delivered to their business. For those who'd like to just enjoy their Hurts Donuts in the privacy of their own home, you'll be able to pick your donuts up on Friday February 12 at W-K Chevrolet in Sedalia from 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM CST.
Orders can be submitted here until January 28. And donuts will be distributed on February 12.
CASA was created by a group of concerned citizens in the Sedalia area and began with a 24 hour volunteer based hotline service. In 1986 they opened their first shelter. And today CASA provides a variety of services to individuals residing in their shelter, as well as survivors interested in participating in their outreach services. Some of these services include: a 24 hour crisis hotline, court advocacy, individual therapy for both adults and children, case management, emergency food and shelter, transportation and more.
CASA's services are available in English, Russian and Spanish. CASA's shelter and crisis hotline is open every day of the year, 24 hours a day. If you or someone you know needs help please call their hotline at 660-827-5555 or toll free 1-800-894-1151. CASA's trained advocates are there to listen and provide help and support for you and your family.
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