Why I am a CASA

Hilary from Staunton says:

It has been an opportunity to take skills that I have and make a direct difference to someone. For the small amount of time it takes you are able to see the direct impact on a child and develop a crucial relationship in their greatest hour of need. It does not always end like a fairy tale, but you know the work you do and time you devote gives something to someone that needs you. THAT is what matters.

Ann from Waynesboro says:
Being a CASA has given my an opportunity to do something constructive for children who have no voice. The most important thing I have gotten from this is an insight most people don’t have, into the plight of children who have parents that can’t properly parent, and what the foster care system does with these kids.