CHANGE A CHILD'S STORY
It all began...
In 1977, a Seattle Superior Court Judge named David Soukup was concerned about trying to make decisions on behalf of abused and neglected children without enough information. He conceived the idea of appointing community volunteers to speak up for the best interests of these children in court. He made a request for volunteers; 50 citizens responded, and that was the start of the CASA movement.
Since the inception of CASA advocacy, volunteers across the country have helped more than 2 million children find safe, permanent homes in which they can thrive.
Any gift, large or small helps us place a CASA with a child who has been abused or neglected. Your support is appreciated by so many.
Ordinary citizens can make a HUGE impact in the life of a child. There are several ways to to help starting today!
Working hand in hand with CAPstone Child Advocacy Center. The Light of Hope Banquet raises money to help abused and neglected children in the Panhandle. YOU can help by becoming a table sponsor at our next event
CASA of Scotts Bluff County is seeking its next Executive Director. This position will oversee the daily operations of CASA, including preparing and monitoring the annual budget, program promotion, and supervising staff and volunteers. This position is responsible for grant writing and grant administration.