The Walla Walla and Columbia Counties Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program is a volunteer-driven network of committed people, from all walks of life, who believe society has a fundamental obligation to our must vulnerable children. We are people just like you who believe that every child has the right to be treated with dignity, to be safe, and to thrive in a loving home.
With a CASA volunteer, a child is half as likely to languish in the foster care and child welfare system, and are that much more likely to find a safe, permanent home.
In Walla Walla and Columbia Counties, there are currently over 70 children in out-of-home care who do not have a dedicated CASA volunteer to advocate for their needs and make that difference.
If that resonates with you, join us at one of our upcoming informational nights, July 24 or July 30, to speak with CASA volunteers and staff to learn more about the CASA program and what it means to become a powerful voice for children through volunteering with CASA!
Even if this volunteer opportunity isn't for you; chances are you thought of someone you know that would be perfect for CASA, so let them know! Share this event with family, friends, coworkers - anyone who would be interested in investing in the life of a child. Event information can be found at the links provided below:
For more detailed information on these events or any questions about the CASA program please contact:
Zach Meyer, CASA Program Coordinator
Phone: 509-524-2807 (O) or 509-520-1393 (C)