A Board seat allows members to vote on program issues, help govern and sustain the program, and serve on important committees that shape the program. Meetings are once a month and requires trainings, soliciting, providing monetary support, and participating in committee work.
Advocate positions requires training, on-going In-service trainings to actively work cases of child abuse and neglect under the supervision of the program. Advocates can take up to 2 cases at a time, and will receive case management and support from the CASA staff.
Events Committee Member
Anyone interested in helping on a certain event can sign up to work on that particular committee without any obligations to serve in a long term capacity.
CASA is a 501©3 non-profit agency that relies very heavily on community support for its sustainability. We are always seeking and appreciative of any and all donations, including monetary and non-monetary such as school supplies, toys, Christmas gifts, personal care items and/or art supplies for foster children. We also appreciate in-kind donations such as office supplies/equipment, furniture and/or professional services.
CASA hosts a variety of community events and actively seeks Corporate Sponsors for each event. Each sponsorship will offer incentives such as tickets for admittance, signage recognition, social media recognition and inclusion on all written marketing pieces.
These people can help by helping us increase program awareness that leads to more volunteers and donors for the program. This can be accomplished by inviting us to speak at your group (church, civic, etc.), liking/sharing our posts on Facebook, and attending our events.