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You Can Change a Child's Story

CASA volunteers build relationships with children who have experienced abuse and/or neglect who are under court protection. They visit them regularly and advocate exclusively on their behalf in monthly court reports. 

A CASA volunteer is very often the only consistent adult in the lives of children we serve, many of whom are living in foster care.

Support from compassionate people like you sustains our work to recruit, train, and support CASA volunteers to advocate for the most vulnerable children in our community. 


A child who has experienced abuse and/or neglect who has a CASA volunteer by their side is more likely to:

Receive much needed services

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Spend less time living in

foster care

Find a safe, permanent, and nurturing home

Succeed in school

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The CASA Impact


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Children Advocated for by CASA


Hours Donated by Volunteers

CASA Impact

Last year alone, 132 CASA volunteers advocated for 232 children in Brown County, making their lives safer and their futures brighter! 

To learn more or attend a virtual info session, please click the button below.

Become a CASA volunteer

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