Advocating for Franklin County Kids
Friends of CASA Franklin County is a tremendously important nonprofit that supports CASA of Franklin County. CASA, which stands for Court Appointed Special Advocates, is a group of community volunteers who advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children.
HOW FRIENDS OF CASA HELPS
Friends of CASA is truly a ‘friend’ of the volunteer advocates, known as guardians ad litem (GAL). Through the nonprofit’s fundraising efforts, GALs receive numerous hours of initial and ongoing training delivered by experts on topics that will help them effectively advocate for the youth they serve. WATCH VIDEO to learn more about how GALs advocate for children.
Friends of CASA also facilitates outreach initiatives to educate the community about advocacy and volunteer opportunities to help children in the court system. Through their work, CASA helps recruit, retain, and further CASA’s mission to advocate for the best interest of children Franklin County. WATCH VIDEO to learn more about Volunteer training.
The ReVision Gives Back donation will help Friends of CASA further their mission of advocacy and support for children in Franklin County facing difficult life circumstances. Learn more about how you can support Friends of CASA Franklin County or become a guardian ad litem (GAL) for CASA Franklin County.