The Voices for CASA Children Blog
Here you’ll get the scoop on all things CASA-related in efforts to build community and support our youth.
Diane Gardner is the Child Enrichment Specialist at Voices for CASA Children. Diane works hard to creatively corral the community in order to provide novel and memorable outings for CASA volunteers and the youth they serve. Here are some tidbits about Diane and her heart for CASA volunteers.
Rosie Ronnow is the Training & Program Manager at Voices for CASA Children. Daily, Rosie hustling with heart to ensure that CASA volunteers are supported with high caliber trainings and top quality retention events. Here are some of the lesser-known facts about Ms. Ronnow!
Being a volunteer requires time and devotion. However, representing a child in the courtroom and ensuring he or she finds a safe and permanent home as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) calls for another level of dedication. Here’re some of the commitments CASAs make to their child.
This is powerful quote from scientist, political commentator and author Ayesha Siddiqi has inspired many, including two Arizonans who felt compelled to help children who have been abused and neglected. Here, they share their powerful stories.
What are some of the initial steps to becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)? Here are the first to-dos from the paperwork and interview to the pre-service training needed to be a voice for foster children.
The first year of any experience can be informative as well as inspiring. A current CASA volunteer reflects on her first year as a CASA and the organization, discussing what was accomplished and what has yet to be achieved.
Veteran volunteers with Voices for CASA children have a multitude of experiences to share. With this in-depth interview, a seasoned Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer discusses the impact cases have had on both a child in need and himself as a person.
Those who are (or once were) teachers, day care workers, homemakers, social workers and more may make an easy transition to being a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA).
As a CASA, you’re giving back to your community in a way that goes beyond the holiday volunteer gigs — you’re giving a child a brighter future.
For those considering becoming a foster parent, but don’t necessarily have the space or ability to bring a child into their home, becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) may be the perfect solution.