"Of all the things that I’ve ever done, it will be the thing that I am most proud of and that I still care most about. And I am proud of the people who have carried on what we envisioned. To take it beyond even what we could conceive."
“It’s unfortunate that services of this nature are needed in our community, but it touches my heart to know that this center is there to serve the needs of children, and it is always done in the most child-friendly way.”
“CASA volunteers are just more intimately involved with what’s going on…and able to give a voice to this child that will hopefully let them live a productive, happy, successful life and have hope for the future…It really has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.”
Our community plays an important role in preventing child maltreatment. We all can take action and #bethechange that is needed to end child abuse.
Join us for a night of coming together as a community to celebrate our collective strengths, our collective will to heal, and our collective drive to champion the good in others!
Together we will enjoy a fun event, a powerful message by a guest speaker, a live and silent auction, a look back on another year in giving more children a voice and providing support for families, and looking ahead to all of what's in store because of community support.
We believe that strong communities build strong families. Join us for an evening you will not want to miss. Click "view" to get your tickets! View
Together we can give children and families the support they need so they may thrive! As a Champion you will help meet the needs of children, create hope from despair, serve as a volunteer base for engagement and support for children and families, as well as engage the community with activism!
This is the opportunity for individuals and entities who want to make an impact to take action and get involved.
This is where you can give directly to our Champions program! Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Click "view" to give now! View