This past summer, the Dallas Mavericks joined Dallas CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for the 25th annual Parade of Playhouses at Northpark Center and displayed a custom-built children’s playhouse that opened up to display a mini basketball court and arena.

For 25 years, Parade of Playhouses has been Dallas CASA’s signature awareness and fundraising event and has been enjoyed by millions of North Texans. The beloved community tradition raises necessary funds for Dallas CASA to fulfill their mission of helping abused and neglected children find a safe and permanent home.

The fun-filled community event took place for 17 days during July 2020 and was a labor of love thanks to the work of generous architects, builders, organizations, corporations and individuals who designed, built and donated the extraordinary children’s playhouses to help abused children.

To see a complete gallery of all the playhouses, click here.

To volunteer for Dallas CASA, go to Volunteers will undergo approximately 30 hours of training that will educate and empower them to be able to best help these at-risk youth.

Bolthouse by Dallas Mavericks and DPR Construction
Donated by the Dallas Mavericks and built by DPR Construction, the dazzling playhouse opened to reveal a mini arena complete with a pint-sized basketball goal post with protective padding and a tyke-sized locker room equipped with basketballs and sports gear. Decorated with Mavericks logos, the house was built to inspire the future Luka’s and KP’s of the world.


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