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What is CASA?
CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate. It is a
national organization composed of ordinary people who make an
extraordinary difference in a child's life. CASAs are trained volunteers
appointed by a judge to speak for the well-being and safety of an abused
or neglected child who is the subject of a dependency/custody hearing.
CASAs strive to:
- Provide the judge with unbiased information so that the best
placement can be made
- Ensure that children are not abused or neglected by the very system
meant to protect them
- Ensure that children spend less time embroiled in dependency issues
- Ensure that the child spends his/her life in a safe, loving,
CASA Mobile, Inc. is proud to partner with the United Way of
CASA Mobile, Inc. is partially funded by a grant from the
Children's Trust Fund.
Casa is having a wine tasting fundraiser on November 6 at 6:00 p.m. at the Athelstan Club, 170 St. Francis.
Tickets will be $40 a person and $75 a couple.
1 Person - $40:
2 People - $75:
CASA Mobile, Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c) (3)organization,
through grants and the generous donations of people like you.