Casa de Esperanza de los Ninos, Inc.
Casa de Esperanza – video transcript
Summary: Casa de Esperanza de los Ninos strives to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect for at-risk infants, children and their families by providing comprehensive residential and family support programs that transform people and communities.
Content: This short video contains two testimonials from Casa de Esperanza’s founder, Kathy Foster, and the Governing Board Chair, Meg Gentle. B-roll footage shows children living in our neighborhood program while playing and being cared for by our Hands of Hope Interns and volunteers.
Opens with b-roll of neighborhood sign
Transition to show Kathy Foster, Casa de Esperanza’s founder
Kathy: I think the message I would say is that children who come to casa deserve to have a home
and deserve to have people who love them. And I think our whole society depends on the ability
to provide that for our children.
B-Roll shows adult playing on the floor with children.
Adult in Background: Can I take your picture? Say “cheese!”
Transition to Meg Gentle, Casa de Esperanza’s Governing Board Chair
Meg: The mission of casa is, in my mind really, the mission of the entire city of Houston. Right? To come and provide extra support for the children and really break the cycle of abuse, violence, drug addiction in our city and really give children that need help with their family support and hope for their future.
B-Roll shows children playing on the playground.
Kathy: The bottom line is we are all committed to the children who walk in that door and we’re committed to them as long as they need our care.