Will you be the voice for a child in foster care?
"My CASA volunteering gives my life MEANING and is also FUN. I can schedule it to suit my calendar. My CASA youth and I jointly choose what to do, so we both have fun. What else am I doing (work, exercise, movie-going, hanging with friends, travel, hiking, biking, cooking, etc.) that could possibly be as meaningful and satisfying as creating an authentic, warm connection with a young person in need of acceptance?" - Monica, current CASA Volunteer
A CASA is an advocate for an abused and neglected child in foster care. In a life full of uncertainty and endless change, you can be one consistent and caring adult. Becoming a CASA is likely to be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life, full of surprises, challenges, and self-discovery.
Spring Training begins on Tuesday, May 1st. Trainees meet every Tuesday and Thursday from 6-9pm for five consecutive weeks and will be sworn-in on June 5th.
Seating is limited!
You must be 21 or older to apply. Current Foster Parents are not eligible to be CASA Volunteers.
Are you ready to become a CASA?
Join us for an Information Session, and take the first step!
Info Session Locations:
- Mission Street Office: 2535 Mission Street
- Bank of the West: 180 Montgomery Street, 22nd floor
- City National Bank: 50 Fremont Street, Suite 150
- City National Bank: 150 California Street, 12th floor