When a child enters the foster care system because his or her home is no longer safe, a judge may appoint a committed volunteer to help them. That volunteer is called a Court Appointed Special Advocate®, or CASA. This month, five new volunteers went through the Pre-Service Training and were sworn in as CASAs. We are so excited to welcome Ann Kroyer, Jonathan Killingsworth, Whitney Grant, Kristi Edwards and Jane Crowson. Interested in being the voice for an East Texas child? Join us at one of the upcoming Lunch & Learn events listed below or contact us for more information.
Six New CASAs Sworn In
We LOVE our volunteers and are so grateful to each of you for the time, energy and dedication you give to East Teas CASA. Earlier this week in our monthly newsletter, we neglected to mention one of our volunteers that was sworn in as a CASA this month. Elizabeth Chappell, we apologize for the error and appreciate you for giving your time to CASA. Congratulations to our new volunteers: Ann Kroyer, Kristi Edwards, Jonathan Killingsworth, Whitney Grant, Elizabeth Chappell and Jane Crowson (pictured below).
Interested in learning more about becoming a CASA?
Message our volunteer coordinator, Brooke Davis for more information.
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