Volunteer Spotlight: Kim Hardin
January 30, 2023
Kim Hardin has spent her lifetime serving the public through her career in retail, so it was no surprise when she decided to continue to serve in her retirement. Kim has been a CASA volunteer for just over a year, but in that short time she has served on four cases, advocating for the needs of 7 children. We had the chance to sit down with Kim to learn a little more about her, and what drives her
Volunteer Spotlight: Gwen Hornsey
September 22, 2022
Gwen Hornsey has felt the tug at her heart to be a CASA volunteer more than once in her life. She first started her journey 17 years ago when she volunteered for a short time before having children. Gwen returned as a CASA volunteer almost two years ago and has been a strong advocate for the children she serves since.
Kim Davis Spotlight
August 22, 2022
Kim Davis has been a CASA volunteer for just over two years. In that time, she has completely dedicated herself to the advocacy of the ten children she has supported, served, and provided consistency for. We had the chance to sit down with Kim and ask her a few questions about herself and her experiences as a CASA volunteer. Here is what she had to say:
Story of Hope: Jackson Cole
July 28, 2022
Jackson Cole was only three years old when he was removed from the only home he had ever known. A victim of abuse and neglect due to his parents substance abuse and domestic violence issues, Jackson was placed into foster care and began his two year journey through the child welfare system.
June 30, 2022
Johnnie Salbino has been a CASA volunteer since April 2019. In her 3 years as a volunteer, Johnnie has served on 5 cases and had the opportunity to advocate for the best interests and needs of 13 children. We had the opportunity to sit down with Johnnie to ask her a few questions about herself and her experiences as a CASA volunteer. Here is what she had to say.
May 31, 2022
Kim Limbaugh is a person who cares deeply about her community. She loves big and wants to give back in any way that she can, so it was no surprise when she decided to become a CASA volunteer. Kim accepted her first case in June 2021 and has been a steady advocate for the two children she is serving. We had the opportunity to sit down with Kim to ask her a few questions about herself and her experi
Where We Belong
May 31, 2022
Kyle and Mason ran 90 miles per hour, just like you would expect any 5 and 3 year old to behave. The curly, tousled hair little boys were excited to be back at home with their mother and you could see the joy written all over their tiny faces. Looking at the boys it is hard to believe that just 2 short years ago their world looked completely different. Read Kyle and Mason's full story by clicking
A New Life for Mia
April 26, 2022
Mia sits on the floor at home, with her parents, playing with the blocks and watching her favorite cartoon on the television. She is a happy toddler with loving adoptive parents and everything she wants. Life is good. No one would ever guess that just one year ago Mia was being removed from her home due to inadequate nutrition and failure to gain weight as a result of severe
Child Abuse Prevention: Know It and Share It
April 21, 2022
April is Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month and throughout the month, CASA for Children has been sharing information and resources about raising awareness of child abuse and neglect and the need for more prevention across our communities to keep children safe and at home. Take a closer look at child abuse and neglect and the ways that we can work together to prevent it.