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:
The Exchange Club has as its national project the prevention of child abuse and neglect. In the photo above, Club President Ronnie Gandy presents Alissa Shear a donation of $1,000, as part of their prevention of child abuse project
"I am grateful and super excited to be the new Executive Director of CASA. I believe in the next generation and will do everything that I can to help give them the home life and the opportunities that I had. I think that CASA is going to do great in Cannon County because I believe our small town has a lot of love and care for one another and we honestly want to make this the best place for every child," Smith said.
Four community members join CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Bradley and Polk County’s team of volunteer advocates after being sworn in by Judge Gaither on June 5.
The Annual golf tournament for CASA of Northeast Tennessee is happening on Monday, August 5th at the Blackthorn Club at the Ridges, and Whitney McLaughlin joins us on Daytime with all the details.
“We need to recruit volunteers and get our name out there,” Wallace said. “It’s all about getting children the help they need.”
The two-night event with CASA, part of the Southeast Tennessee Human Resources Agency (SETHA), begins at 7:30 p.m. May 31 and June 1. Gates open at 6:00.
Wilson County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) recently held its annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner and named Cameron Advocate of the Year.
With more than 200 guests, the event raised over $130,000 through donations, gifts, as well as through its live and silent auctions.
The Tennessee Court-Appointed Special Advocates Association recently announced Cathey Sweeney, Executive Director of Wilson County CASA, was nominated for the National CASA 2019 Kappa Alpha Theta Executive Director of the Year Award
The Easter Bunny made his return Saturday morning at the Wilson County Court-Appointed Special Advocates’ fourth-annual pancake breakfast at Lebanon High School. Breakfast included pancakes, fruit, sausage, coffee and juice. The Easter Bunny was available for photos.
Supporters of Campbell County CASA and lovers of bluegrass music gathered at the Ball Farm Event Center for the 18th Annual Bluegrass Breakdown. Bands such as New River Rising and the local favorites The Birdsongs entertained a large crowd that also feasted on Eddie Ray’s BBQ
f you're looking for a way to give back and make a difference in a child's life here in our community CASA is looking for you! Whitney Mclaughlin, the executive director of CASA of Northeast Tennessee joins us on Daytime with more!
In Bedford, Coffee and Franklin counties, the program is overseen by Tullahoma-based CASA Works Inc., which has four staff members for its three-county service area and must rely heavily on volunteers to be there for the children it represents
SETHRA CASA has lifted up the voices of 109 abused and neglected children; 17 in Bledsoe County, 17 in Marion County, 42 in Grundy County, and 31 in Sequatchie County.
“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.
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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.