We’ve been working hard to help the youth who have been abused and neglected in our community find safe, permanent homes. Here’s what we’ve been up to lately:
“Our primary goal is to give a voice to children who don’t have a voice,” said Mary Kilpatrick, executive director.
During the fiscal year that ended in July, CASA of East Tennessee served 251 children with 55 active volunteers.
Henry county Juvenile Court Judge Vicki Snyder gives the oath to the first six advocates for CASA of Henry County.
Several generous donors are urging you all to help give back to CASA of Northeast Tennessee! Whitney Mclaughlin joins us on Daytime with all the details on how you can help!
Families stepped up to take in neglected kids. This project helps brighten their holidays.
As the holiday season approaches, more and more children are in need of CASA’s services. Because of that, the organization is seeking more volunteers to meet the demand.
The Annual Mexican dinner was held Tuesday November 14 2018 at the Paris Convention Center. The majority of the proceeds from this year’s dinner will benefit CASA, the Court Appointed Special Advocate program. About 600 dinners were served for lunch alone.
If you want to live a more altruistic lifestyle, take advantage of the season of fall to dive into getting involved. Here are five fun ways to give back this fall.
If you strive to live an intentionally altruistic lifestyle, you’ve come to the right place to learn more. Here are seven ideas for random acts of kindness.
The Henry County Court Appointed Special Advocates also called CASA will be holding a Boston Butt fundraiser to raise money for the group, which focuses on helping children in foster care.