Become a CASA Volunteer
What We Do
When a child enters the foster care system because his or her home is no longer safe, a judge may appoint a committed volunteer to help them. That volunteer is called a Court Appointed Special Advocate®, or CASA.
CASA volunteers are screened and highly trained and then appointed by judges to represent and advocate for a child’s best interests in the child protection system.
Become a CASA
Volunteer to ensure each child involved in the foster care system in our area has a CASA by their side.
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You can move our mission forward by becoming a donor and providing for a local child in foster care.
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What does a CASA Volunteer Do?
When a family is in crisis and becomes involved in the child welfare system, a Court Appointed Advocate (CASA) volunteer may be appointed by a judge to advocate for the child.
This highly trained volunteer is someone from the child’s community whose responsibility is to get to know the child and their family and advocate for their safety, permanency and well-being while in foster care. This is just one example of the difference a CASA volunteer can make in a child’s life.