We invite you to celebrate this month learning about and honoring the contributions Native Americans have made, as well as spread the word of our need for CASA Volunteers to serve on ICWA cases and support the tribes in our community. Together, we can help keep families together and uplift the Native American communities of Colorado.
Early scheduling for donations is now available for Colorado Gives Day! This state-wide day of giving gives Coloradans the opportunity to give where they live and support the nonprofits making change in your community. When you donate to CASA, you are supporting our work to give a voice to children in need. Schedule your donation today!
Are you or someone you know wanting to learn more about CASA and the work we do for children in need of a voice? Attend a CASA 101! This is a perfect opportunity to learn more about our Volunteer role and how to get started.CASA 101s are held every month. RSVP and receive Zoom information by emailing email@example.com. We hope to "see" you there!
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by volunteering your expertise and time.
Charlene Campbell has been a CASA for over 10 years and found her passion for this work after retiring from her 30-year career as an educator. She currently advocates on two cases, one that is headed toward adoption for a one-year-old boy, and another for a 9-year-old boy who has been bounced from home to home in foster care. This second case was a perfect fit for Charlene’s experience as an Read More
March Volunteer of the Month
Jaclyn is a mom, business owner and healthcare worker who joined CASA last year. She has volunteered in numerous roles and wanted to bring her skills to the child welfare sphere. She has been advocating for a youth whose situation was brought to the department's attention after reports of negligence. The youth had been diagnosed with diabetes at a Read More
Caitlin and Dustin Stallings
February Volunteers of the Month
Caitlin and Dustin joined CASA in the beginning of 2020. After becoming familiar with the program through family and friends, they decided to go through training and take a case as a team. They are now on their second case, where they have been advocating for four siblings. The children were removed for a variety of child welf Read More
Justine joined CASA in March and immediately jumped onto a case with a young boy who was a victim of Munchausen by proxy. The mother had been taking him to different doctors his whole life with supposed ailments, reactions, and more. Subsequently, he had been subjected to significant amounts of unnecessary medications and had been put on a feeding tube. A hospital put him through an observed medic Read More