The Court Appointed Special Advocates Program (CASA) is looking for new volunteers. No special training or experience is necessary. Training is offered which gives the volunteers all the information they need to be an invaluable resource to a needy child. The training schedule will accommodate the needs and availability of the volunteers. The CASA program provides volunteers to work with children who are the subject of Juvenile Court hearings and give those children a person who will create a positive relationship while advocating for the programs and services that will be in the child’s best interest. Volunteers are appointed by the Juvenile Court to work with their case and will work closely with all the agencies in the community in the child’s behalf. For more information about the program and this training opportunity, please call John at 257-1980 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every CASA volunteer knows: there’s a light in every child’s eyes. WATCH (with a tissue!):
Please take a moment to watch this heartwarming (and true!) story told through song.
“Every Child’s Eyes,” a short video (4 min 13 sec), tells the story of a young boy in foster care, a friendship, a CASA volunteer, and the gift of a forever home.
Please share this video with your friends and family so they can learn about CASA’s critical role in a child’s life. And hopefully become a CASA!
Let us know what you think. And thank you for your support!