Letter: Make a 2019 New Year’s resolution to help children in foster care
The beginning of a new year is a chance to pause, reflect and make decisions with the hope of making lasting change in one’s life.
New Year’s resolutions typically focus on self-improvement: lose weight, stop smoking, exercise more often. This year why not do something even more lasting?
The Hall-Dawson CASA program urges you to make a difference with your New Year’s resolution by becoming a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate, a CASA for a local child who is under court protection because of abuse and neglect.
CASAs receive in-depth training to advocate in court and in the community for the needs and rights of children in foster care. CASA volunteers come from all walks of life, and they have one thing in common: they care about kids…
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