January 21, 2020
Taking care of children has always been important to CASA volunteer, Debbie Duncan. Having spent 10 years with her husband and children volunteering at the International School in Saudi Arabia, Debbie knew she wanted to continue her mission of helping children after she returned home.
November 13, 2019
It's almost Thanksgiving! A time for gathering with loved ones, taking part in family traditions, and let's not forget - eating. While the food on our plate is important, Thanksgiving is a wonderful time to focus on what really matters. The holiday provides us with the perfect opportunity to reflect on our lives and give thanks for the many good fortunes we have received.
October 21, 2019
With all the excitement surrounding Halloween it is easy to forget that not everyone gets to have a spooktacular holiday. Have fun this Halloween while also incorporating some meaning into the holiday by teaching the spirit of giving. Here are 7 easy ways to make your favorite spooky holiday more enchanting for everyone.
July 22, 2019
As a business consultant, Real Estate Agent, wife, and mother, Jennifer Ballew had plenty to keep her busy, but her heart longed for more. After hearing about CASA from a friend, Jennifer decided to take that next step and become an advocate for children and she could not be happier with her decision to help. We got a chance to ask Jennifer a few questions about herself and her experiences as a CA
July 15, 2019
July in Oklahoma is full of sun, swimming pools and tons of other fun activities for children. Most children have the opportunity to enjoy their summer vacation by attending camps, participating in sports or having a summer job. Yet there are many children in foster care who do not get the chance to experience these sorts of summer activities.
May 21, 2019
One-year-old Jackson looks like any other child his age. He is playful and smart, strong and active. To look at him, you would never know that he began his life in such a chaotic way. Jackson was born into a world of drugs and domestic violence. Even though his parents loved him
May 1, 2019
Did you know that health involves the whole person? That means that we have to take care of our minds as well as our bodies. May is National Mental Health Month, the perfect time to begin a routine of self-care and start living the life you want - which includes making time for yourself.
April 25, 2019
Screen-Free Week is almost here. Time to turn off the TV, smartphones, and tablets and turn on your imagination. This nationwide break from electronics will begin on April 29th and last through May 5th. An annual event, screen-free week encourages children, families, schools, and communities to turn off screens and turn on life. Through creative play, kids explore their physical world,
April 8, 2019
There are over 3 million confirmed cases of child abuse in our nation each year. Your church can make a difference. Join millions of other churches across the nation in taking part in Blue Sunday, a national day of prayer for child abuse victims and those who rescue them. It's free. Nothing to join. Just prayer!
April 2, 2019
This Friday, April 5th, is Go Blue for Kids Day. A day to acknowledge Child Abuse Prevention Month! Grab your favorite blue shirt and put it on to show the world that you will not stand for child abuse! Make sure you snap a selfie and share it on your page with the hashtag #CASAGoBlue.
April 1, 2019
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month - a time when caring people go the extra mile to raise awareness of the terrible toll that abuse and neglect take on young lives. This month, and throughout the year, CASA for Children encourages all individuals and organizations to play a role in making our community a better place for children and families.