La Casa de Esperanza, Inc. provides opportunities for low-income children, individuals, and families to achieve full social and economic participation in society, with emphasis on the Hispanic population. La Casa is known throughout Waukesha County as the premier provider of bilingual, culturally competent human services that provides opportunities to transform the lives and futures of low-income individuals and families through comprehensive and complementary programs. Annually, La Casa provides hope, help, and opportunity to more than 20,000 people of all races and ethnicities by building bridges to self-sufficiency.
La Casa has been fortunate to establish meaningful partnerships with businesses and people who share our commitment to the community. We are grateful for these friendships and look forward to the continued support. Without this support, La Casa would not be able to offer these programs at low costs to the community.
La Casa de Esperanza is proud to announce one of our major annual events, our 54th Annual Gala “Making an Impact”. This celebration will take place on Saturday, March 7th, 2020 at La Casa de Esperanza in the Col. Agustin A. and Gloria A. Ramirez Multipurpose. The dinner will highlight authentic food stations that represent several Latino countries, exciting silent and live auction, Legacy Award presentation, and announce our Esperanza Award recipient.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor for this event, take a look at the sponsorship opportunities here.
All the proceeds will directly benefit our Charter School students’ education. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Samantha Bely at 262-832-1525 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our 2019 Annual Dinner:
On Saturday, February 23rd La Casa de Esperanza Inc., a community-based organization, celebrated 53 years of growth and service in the Waukesha area at its Annual Gala. Over 400 prominent business professionals, government officials, and community leaders who are dedicated to ensuring the success of La Casa’s future attended this annual dinner.
The theme for the evening was “Investing in our commUNITY” and was dedicated to supporting the dreams of the children La Casa de Esperanza serves. La Casa is known throughout Waukesha County as the premier provider of bilingual, culturally competent human services that provides opportunities to transform the lives and futures of low income individuals and families through comprehensive and complimentary programs. Annually, La Casa provides hope, help, and opportunity to more than 20,000 people of all races and ethnicities by building bridges to self-sufficiency.
The program featured a presentation of colors from St. John’s Military Academy, Legacy Award recipient to Mr. Tony and Mrs. Andrea Bryant, and our Esperanza Award awarded Mr. Elliot Hernandez who is be recognized for fulfilling La Casa’s mission of self-sufficiency. The evening also included a special performance from the La Casa de Esperanza Charter School scholars, and a silent and live auction that raised $143,357 after expenses with all proceeds benefiting the La Casa de Esperanza Charter School.
Mr. Tony and Mrs. Andrea Bryant continue to support the children’s programs at La Casa and challenge the community to a $10,000 match to help build a library for the scholars in the Charter School. As we all know, libraries develop strong readers and writers. The value of reading is a critical moment for positive transformation in education and can be a turning point for the role of reading in children’s lives. Statistically, these benefits are greater among minority students, economically disadvantaged students, and students with disabilities. With that in mind, a new library can be one key component to closing the educational achievement gap. We are happy to announce that we were able to meet this challenge by May 5th!
Take a look at our 2019 Annual Gala:
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