Kathy was the CASA volunteer for two children who had been removed from their home after accusations of abuse and neglect by their parents. Jasmine and Liliana were placed with… Read More »Sisters find home again with the help of their CASA volunteer
Civic engagement and volunteer service strengthens the fabric of our Nation and reflects the true heart, spirit, and goodness of America. National Volunteer Week is an opportunity to recognize and… Read More »Proclamation on National Volunteer Week, 2020
For children in foster care whose parents are incarcerated, maintaining connections with parents can be especially tough. Frank, a CASA volunteer was assigned to advocate for siblings Austin and Addison shortly after their mother, Joy, was released from prison.
October 9, 2019 When three siblings whose mother struggled with addiction were removed from their home, the oldest sister was split up from her younger siblings. Rachel, the 15-year-old, had… Read More »Siblings reunited through advocacy and family support
Ellensburg, Washington (February 4, 2020) – Through best-interest advocacy, Court Advocates for Children and our volunteers make a life-changing difference for Kittitas County’s most vulnerable children. Kittitas County’s CASA program, Court… Read More »CASA Needs Your Support
Court Advocates for Children is pleased to be nominated for Non-Profit of the Year. It has always been our vision that as a community, Kittitas County would be aware and… Read More »2020 Annual Business Awards Nominations