Dan Pinkerton, along with his staff and fellow musicians, hosted a Romantic Night at the Museum over the Mother’s Day weekend, benefiting North Idaho CASA. It was held at the Idaho Wildlife Museum on the Riverstone Park Waterfont, 2000 John Loop, in Coeur d’Alene.
The Idaho Wildlife Museum has one of the largest collections of bronze wildlife sculptures in the U.S., wildlife paintings, sandblasted glass art and massive aluminum wilderness photography.
The evening included a four-course candlelight dinner catered by The Coeur d’Alene Resort; live opera performances by soprano Dawn Wolski and tenor Brandon Michael, a self-guided tour of the private art gallery and inspirational charitable strategy insights by Mr. Pinkerton. Tickets were $150 per couple and were limited to only 88 guests per night. The weekend’s attendance resulted in PRS donating $9,050 to the First Judicial District Program.
North Idaho CASA serves more than 400 children who have fallen victim to abuse and neglect. Advocates are trained volunteers who speak on behalf of the best interest of the child throughout the court process. The mission of CASA is that every child victim (0-18) under the purview of the Child Protective Act is appointed a CASA Advocate for the duration of their child protection case.
If your organization or business is interested in hosting an external fundraiser for CASA, please contact Kristin Ludwig, director of development at Kristin@northidahocasa.org