Court Appointed Special Advocate
volunteers speak up for abused and neglected children living in foster
care to help them reach safe, permanent homes. In 2015, nearly 80% of the children served by Capital Area CASA were African American, yet only about a third of CASA's volunteers were African American.
These children need volunteers with whom they can identify. An African American CASA volunteer also provides a positive influence as a powerful advocate who has the ability to make a difference in the child's life.
Your voice can help an abused child reach a forever family.