CASA of Fresno and Madera Counties

Mural of Hope

Romeo's Furniture in Madera

112 S. C Street | Madera, CA 93638


Thank You

At CASA of Fresno and Madera Counties, we express our gratitude to everyone who contributed to the Mural of Hope project. This mural, painted by artist Steven Camacho Nunez, signifies more than art – it embodies our mission of hope, resilience, and transformation for foster youth.

Our thanks extend to our CASA volunteers, whose commitment makes a real difference in the lives of foster children.
We appreciate our community partners who amplify the voices of foster youth and strengthen our mission. Your dedication resonates in the Mural of Hope.
While we celebrate this achievement, we’re mindful of the need for more local Volunteer Advocates. There are foster children who need heroes in their lives and our call to action to our community is for 60 more Volunteer Advocates to step forward and make a significant difference. We hope you’re inspired to become part of our next mission.
With your continued support, we aim to create another beacon of hope and community unity in the city of Fresno. Thank you for being part of our journey and believing in the power of hope. Here’s to a brighter future, one child, and one mural at a time!
You can check out the Mural of Hope in person at Romeo's Furniture in Madera 112 S. C Street, Madera, CA
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Meet the Artist

Steve Camacho Nunez
We’re excited to reveal Steven Camacho Nunez as the winner of our CASA Mural of Hope contest! His unique interpretation of ‘Hope’ perfectly encapsulates CASA’s mission, and we can’t wait for his vision to brighten our community.

To all other participants, thank you. Your creativity added tremendous value to this contest, making the decision tough. Your contributions to CASA’s mission and the local arts scene are deeply appreciated. We eagerly anticipate future collaborations to continue celebrating art and its power to inspire hope.

See the Artist's Work