CASA Volunteer Stories

A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer’s best interest advocacy can have a profound impact on the life of a child in foster care and other out-of-home placements. Read and listen to the stories of CASA volunteers to learn why they became a child advocate and about their experience as a CASA volunteer.

CASA VOLUNTEER HANK

Hank advocated for a brother and his sisters until they returned home to their dad.

Read Hank’s volunteer story here.

CASA VOLUNTEER DIANE

Diane is advocating for four siblings, including two teenage girls. She volunteers to give back to the world.

Read Diane’s volunteer story here .

CASA VOLUNTEER MARION

Marion has advocated for children of all ages. She first advocated for an 18 month old boy.

Read Marion’s volunteer story here

CASA volunteer Linda

Linda Kinsey shares her reasons for volunteering as a Court Appointed Special Advocate and the rewards of making a difference in a child’s life..

CASA volunteer Debra

Debra first become a CASA because she wanted to help combat child abuse and neglect..