Volunteer to Help Foster Youth

Learn more about how to become a CASA volunteer advocating for foster youth

Being a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) is more than just being a volunteer. It means leaving a positive impact on a child in foster care and genuinely helping them feel cared for and loved.

CASAs are volunteers who advocate on behalf of children in foster care and act as dependable role models who help kids through their foster care journey. CASAs provide a one-on-one relationship with their children, and judges rely heavily on CASA volunteers to represent the children in court.

Not only do CASAs make a difference in the life of a child, but also in the community. The rates of homelessness, time in foster care, unemployment, and lack of education in foster children drop drastically when a child spends time with a CASA. By volunteering just 10-15 hours a week, the lives of children have the potential to be transformed.

To learn more about becoming a CASA, please visit the following links:

CASA Website


Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Information

How Can I Support Youth in Foster Care

Posted: 6/22/2021