Do you enjoy to read? Do you ever feel as though you wish you could discuss the book you just read to see how other readers feel? I you answered YES, then you might consider joining, CASA’s book club.
We will be out of the office October 24-27, attending our Annual Conference. We hope to bring the communities and volunteers we serve more information.
Steve Warren’s Apple and Padre Class resumes October 21st
Be sure and mark you Calendars!!
Did you know that you can joint our CASA volunteer team with a friend, significant other, mom, daughter, father, son. The two of you can work a case together! Think of the difference you will make in the life of a child! Be sure and save the date!
Apple classes cancelled until further notice.
Due to illness, all of Steve Warren’s classes have been cancelled until further notice. Please check with your caseworker for information.
This is an introduction class explaining the mission and purpose of CASA. Please join us January 5th 2019. This is a class you do not want to miss. Class will be held at the CASA office from 9 am to noon.
What we do here at Great Plains CASA for Kids would not be possible without the generous help of our donors. We would like to take this time to sincerely thank those business and individuals that have given large monetary amounts to help further our cause. Our large donors and donations include:
- First National Bank of Hereford $118,000
- Harrington Foundation $75, 000
- Mary E. Bivins Foundation $75,000
- Caviness $10, 000
- Women’s Philanthropy Fund $10, 000
- Scott & Karen Keeling $2,500
Our vision here is that every child has a CASA, but our dream goes farther than that. With the help from these donations our plan is to remodel and give our five counties a new state-of-the-art CASA office. We will have a library with computers where our volunteers can come in and do more extensive research for their cases. We will have a visitation room that will be audio and visually recorded to better serve our children and their parents. We will have more offices for staff members, in the hopes of growing our program, so we can serve more children. We will have larger training facilities with state of the art technology so we can better prepare our volunteers to advocate for the children. We will also continue to hold drug, alcohol, and parenting classes so the parents of the children we serve can continue to work their services to better themselves, in hopes of being reunited with their children.
We would also like to take this time to thank those businesses and individuals that have given other monetary donations. Every penny helps and those small donations add up quickly; so if you have ever donated to Great Plains CASA for Kids we would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
Great Plains CASA for Kids