We are delighted to introduce our Partner of the Month for December 2023, Molly Painter.

Molly serves as the Chair of CASA’s King’s Ridge Campaign Committee, playing a pivotal role in the success of CASA’s multimillion-dollar capital campaign for King’s Ridge. Her journey with CASA began a few years ago when a friend invited her for coffee at the Women’s Center, a day shelter in Raleigh. Inspired by the cause, Molly and a group of women collaborated to engage community leaders in support of individuals transitioning from homelessness. This marked the inception of the King’s Ridge story.

Beyond her professional role as an interior designer, Molly is a dedicated wife and mother who channels her passion for helping others into volunteer work. She advocates strongly for those experiencing homelessness, particularly women and mothers. Molly’s commitment extends beyond the walls of her home, as she spends time every week at the Women’s Center fostering community and providing support.

As a remarkable mom, Molly is instilling the value of giving back in her three daughters, guiding them to follow in her footsteps through volunteerism. Six years into her journey with CASA and numerous meaningful relationships later, Molly remains steadfast in her dedication to ensuring everyone has a place to call home.

“My journey started with relationships. These friendships with women experiencing homelessness illuminated the need for permanent, supportive housing. I’m grateful for the relationship with CASA and their willingness to bring 32 years of expertise and embark on the critical King’s Ridge project. CASA is like a family to me.  We believe the solution to homelessness is housing. Thank you to CASA for their mission to break down barriers and provide access to housing for those most vulnerable in our community.”

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Molly Painter for being an outstanding partner to CASA and a beacon of support for the community. Thank you for your unwavering commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of those in need.