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CASA of Brown County is Looking for a Few Good Men!

While 48% of the CASA youth we serve identify as male, only 13% of our current volunteer advocates are men. That’s a statistic we hope to change! We know there are so many patient, open-minded and dedicated men in Brown County who could be the difference. YOU can be that man!

This is a great opportunity of helping our children and youth today and making a difference for years to come.

Why CASA Needs More Male Advocate Volunteers?

Less than half (21%) of CASA of Brown County male children are served by male advocates.

 

Youth who age out of the foster care system at 18 face this reality (www.aecf.org):

  • 54% will earn a High School Diploma ( compared to their peers at 87%)

  • 1 in 5 will experience homelessness within a year

  • 1 in 4 are incarcerated within the first two years

  • PTSD is nearly 5x that of general population

Join MEN OF CASA and be a champion for a youth who needs YOU!

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Men of CASA have the power to change a child’s story.

CASA volunteers provide a unique service, as a judge appointed advocate volunteer, who are provided the necessary tools to have sustainable impact children and youth in Brown County. CASA volunteers help make sure their child's needs are met and their voices are heard in court. Whether it’s advocating for them in a monthly court report, being a positive role model, teaching financial literacy or simple life skills like cooking or driving, your influence can help shape a CASA youth into a successful young adult.

Men of CASA have the power to change a child’s story.

CASA volunteers provide a unique service, as a judge appointed advocate volunteer, who are provided the necessary tools to have sustainable impact children and youth in Brown County. CASA volunteers help make sure their child's needs are met and their voices are heard in court. Whether it’s advocating for them in a monthly court report, being a positive role model, teaching financial literacy or simple life skills like cooking or driving, your influence can help shape a CASA youth into a successful young adult.

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