#SupporterSpotlight – CourtHouse Concepts, Inc.

Here at the Children’s Safety Center of Washington County, we are are often overwhelmed by the support we receive from our community. Our events like the annual Founders Crawfish Boil are a great way to see that support in action! Today’s #SupporterSpotlight is shined on our Gold Sponsor of the Crawfish Boil, CourtHouse Concepts, Inc. This will be their third year of choosing to support our Mission!

Paul Hickman, President of CourtHouse Concepts, Inc., that they love the “gratification of knowing the money is going to a worthy cause”. While they enjoy being able to give monetary sponsorship, they also “take pride in completing the background checks for the Children’s Safety Center”.

Like many others when asked, Mr. Hickman could not single out a specific favorite memory of Crawfish Boils because they’re always such great events!

When Mr. Hickman was asked what he was most looking forward to at this year’s Boil, he exclaimed that the “fellowship is wonderful, but I’m going to have to go with the crawfish!!”.

Thank you, CourtHouse Concepts, for your continued involvement!!

Our Mission: The Children’s Safety Center of Washington County empowers children to overcome abuse and begin to trust, hope, and heal.

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