Voices for CASA Happenings
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CASA Pat Speaks About Her “Why”
We all have different motivations to engage in meaningful volunteer work. Hear CASA Pat Johnson’s “Why”as to why she chooses to be a volunteer advocate in Maricopa County.
CASA Heather Finds Fulfillment Outside of Corporate Life
Sometimes, we seeking new meaning and fulfillment outside of life’s major obligations, such as our work lives. CASA Heather shares her “Why” as to why she gives back to her community as a CASA volunteer in Maricopa County.
What is a CASA Volunteer? Why Is It Important?
Fox10 News visits the VOICES office and speaks with Christine Slomski about the role and impact a CASA volunteer can make in the life of a children living in foster care.
CASA Volunteers Can Help Older Youth Find Their Way
Christine Slomski with Voices for CASA Children sat down with ABC15 to discuss the CASA volunteer as a key ingredient in the lives of children living in foster care. Especially, a CASA can be the difference for older foster youth “aging out” of the system successfully.
ASU’s Kappa Alpha Theta Holds Annual Dodgeball Tournament to Support CASA
Each year, the ASU Theta’s round up Greek Life on campus on to come together in the spirit of philanthropy. All of this happens, of course, in the spirit and sweat of a dodgeball tournament! Hear from ASU Theta Chloe Gulinson and Adrian Jamieson of Voices for CASA Children.
Valley Seeks to Grow CASA Volunteers from Diverse Background as Well As Male CASA Volunteers to Serve As Role Models
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, CASA Larry Herrera sits down with ABC15 to discuss the need for more Court Appointed Special Avdocate (CASA) volunteers who come from diverse backgrounds to relate to the specific needs of youth from multicultural backgrounds living in foster care.
Voices for CASA Childen en Despierta Arizona
En Despierta Arizona en el segmento un vehículo para el cambio en nuestra comunidad, Larry Herrera voluntario CASA y Felipe Corral hablan sobre la necesidad the voluntarios especialmente hombres hispanos bilingües.
The Arians Family Foundation Leaves Legacy in Valley
Former Arizona Cardinals Head Coach, Bruce Arians, may now reside outside of Arizona, though his family’s foundation continues to support the Valley’s growth of Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers. Foundation President, Jake Arians, and Christine Slomski with Voices for CASA Children speak with Fox10 News.
Scottsdale-based Boutique Supports CASA Program
Lesa Sawyer of Giving Bracelets shares her “WHY” about the CASA Program, and how the meaningful work of Giving Bracelets creates ripple effects in the community.
Ruby Kicks Fundraiser: Helping Foster Youth Find Their Path Home
In November 2017, community members from all over the Valley attended the Ruby Kicks Dance Party in order to raise funds that directly support Family Reunification Day (FRD).
Dimon Sanders Shares Her Story and Why CASA Mattered to Her
Dimon Sanders, Miss Arizona’s Outstanding Teen 2017-2018, speaks about her journey navigating the child welfare system with the help of a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer.
Voices for CASA Children~ Help During the Holidays
VOICES Fund Development & Marketing Manager Christine Slomski speaks with ABC15 about the role of a Court Appointed Special Advocate and the different opportunities to become involved.