Do you have what it takes to be a CASA volunteer? It’s a challenging but fulfilling role that will positively change a child’s life.
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers are people like you, doing extraordinary, rewarding work. They come from all walks of life, educational levels and ethnic backgrounds. Many volunteers work full-time, but some also work part-time, stay at home, or are retired. But all want to make a difference for abused and neglected children.
When you choose to become a CASA volunteer, you make a very important commitment to a child—to be there for that child during the most traumatic, confusing time of their lives. Your commitment and concern will not only change the child’s life, but the experience will also change your own life as well.