Tag Archives: volunteers

The Values We Share

One of CASA for Children’s biggest supporters is the American Legion Child Welfare Foundation. The Child Welfare Foundation’s mandate is to help nonprofit organizations with projects that have a positive impact on children’s lives. Continue reading

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My First Mother’s Day

A foster-to-adopt program seemed like the answer to Connie’s dream of having a family. But it took the advocacy of CASA volunteer Karen to turn that dream into a reality. Continue reading

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The Dollars and Sense of CASA Volunteers

Federal investment in CASA for Children is tiny. The impact of that investment is huge. National CASA CEO Michael Piraino shares how much CASA volunteers save the taxpayer. Continue reading

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Four Things You Can Do to Help Children in 2012

It sure is hard to sort out what is happening in the economy this year. It’s up and then it’s down—maybe it’s moving sideways on some days—and the political discussion is not helping much. All I know is that too … Continue reading

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The CASA Network’s Role in the “Beloved Community”

By working to ensure that every child can fulfill her or his destiny, CASA volunteers are carrying on the spirit of Dr. King’s “Beloved Community.” With all that is wrong in the world, those of us on the “right side of good” need to keep pushing. Continue reading

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