“We are so fortunate to have Ben Garren serve on our board of trustees,” said National CASA/GAL Association CEO Tara Lisa Perry. “Garren’s corporate legal expertise, leadership and experience as guardian ad litem will advance our critical work of serving children, youth and families.”
National CASA/GAL believes every child deserves to grow up in a safe and loving home where they have the opportunity to thrive. So, when we hear or read stories about domestic violence during the month of October or throughout the year, we shouldn’t be afraid to talk about it with others.
Change a Child’s Story™ national ad awareness campaign serves as a call to action. Caring volunteers are needed to support the hundreds of thousands of children who need a consistent advocate in their lives.
“We are so fortunate to have newly elected NCJFCJ president, Judge Puig-Lugo join our board of trustees. Judge Puig-Lugo brings vast experience in diversity, equity and inclusion and family cases that will enhance our existing perspective and work,” said National CASA/GAL CEO Tara Lisa Perry.
The National CASA/GAL Poverty Learning Series will feature resources and learning opportunities for 950 state organizations and local programs about the relationship between poverty and child abuse and neglect.
Today and every day, please join us in celebrating the phenomenal work of nonprofits– staff members, volunteers and those who support us – who are impacting lives every day.
Tawanna Brown, of Verona, New Jersey, an incoming freshman at Seton Hall University, is the 2021 recipient of the Akerman Academic Excellence Scholarship.
As we prepare for this new school year, it’s important to acknowledge the teachers, school administrators, parents and community members who are working hard to ensure that students can learn safely and make academic progress.
Please join the National CASA/GAL Association for Children and CASA of Lafayette County, MS as we cheer Jessica on through her Olympic qualifying rounds Friday, July 30 and hopefully her gold medal!