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    CASA Maryland organizer of DC MayDay march rebuilds mansion

    http://www.casademaryland.org/index.php ... catid=1066

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    CASA is currently renovating the mansion to create a 21,000 square-foot Multicultural Center that will house several non-profit organizations, and will provide educational, workforce development, leadership development, and services programming to the ethnically diverse but drastically underserved and economically disadvantaged immigrant and minority communities of Langley Park. The Multicultural Center will be both a historic and green building.

    Our Goal

    CASA has set a goal of raising $33 million by June 2009 to fund the mansion renovations and provide funds for program operations and expansion throughout the state. Funds contributed to the campaign support all of CASA’s programmatic work throughout the state, as well as renovation costs to the Multicultural Center. CASA has an ambitious goal of raising $15 million from the private sector, and we need your help. The Kresge Foundation Callenge Grant Thanks to the Kresge Foundation Generosity and vision to strengthen CASA's fundraising we have been invited to meet a 1 million matching grant if we are able to fundraise $15 million from the Privatr Sector. We need your help!

    CASA is offering tax credits for Businesses in Maryland

    CASA is pleased to announce that it has been awarded 2008 Maryland Community Investment Tax Credits (CITC) for donations made to support the CASA Multicultural Center Project. Under the CITC program, organizations that do business and pay taxes in Maryland are eligible to receive a 50% tax credit on donations made to approved projects (in addition to the state and federal charitable deductions) before December 31, 2008. This is a remarkable program and CASA is honored that the CASA Multicultural Center Project has received this award.

    If your business would like to take advantage of this tax credit program or if you have any questions, please contact Maria Maldonado at (301)431-4185 x1243 or at mmaldonado@casamd.org This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

    Other ways you can help:

    We invite you to make a stretch gift to support CASA’s “Building for the Future
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    Guess who is paying the cost for this mansion HQ for the capital area's biggest local amnesty lobbyists.


    CASA is offering tax credits for Businesses in Maryland

    CASA is pleased to announce that it has been awarded 2008 Maryland Community Investment Tax Credits (CITC) for donations made to support the CASA Multicultural Center Project. Under the CITC program, organizations that do business and pay taxes in Maryland are eligible to receive a 50% tax credit on donations made to approved projects (in addition to the state and federal charitable deductions) before December 31, 2008. This is a remarkable program and CASA is honored that the CASA Multicultural Center Project has received this award.


    The building is being paid for by the Maryland taxpayers
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    It is 21000 Square feet at a cost of US$ 31 million dollars, of our money
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    The list of facilitators
    (aka Multicultural Center Project Team &Development Advisory Committee) exemplifies how deep the corruption runs in this country in respect to illegal invaders and organizations such as CASA, who aids and abets the invasion of this country.

    The grandiose stature of this mansion, especially knowing what will go on inside, is enough to make any American physically ill.
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    How good could this person be at his job if he is trying to facilitate CASA de Marland whose mission is open immigration and amnesty a growing open ended unfunded mandate?

    Len N. Foxwell, Maryland Deputy Comptroller
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