Category: News

Dallas CASA provides staff and volunteer training to recognize the signs of child sex trafficking and advocate for survivors

“These traffickers are cunning and they look for the most vulnerable, which is all too often kids in foster care.” –Chad Frymire, Director of Public Policy at Dallas CASA.

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The National CASA/GAL Association for Children elects James Rishwain as board of trustees chair

“The mission of National CASA/GAL is close to my heart.” –James Rishwain

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Preventing child sex trafficking — a message from our CEO

January has been marked National Human Trafficking Prevention Month to raise public awareness of its prevalence.

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Past as prologue – From 40 to the future

Superior Court Judge David Soukup of Seattle conceived the idea of using trained community volunteers to speak for the best interests of children in court.

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Happiest of holidays – a message from our CEO

“We are grateful for all our partners and supporters who have helped us serve the children, youth and families involved in the court system.” –Tara Lisa Perry, CEO

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New York Giants’ football player, Nick Gates, dons National CASA/GAL logo on gameday cleats

“I want to pay-it-forward and spotlight the huge need for CASA volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected kids.” –Nick Gates

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A time to be thankful – a message from our CEO

Special thanks go to our volunteers – all 97,900 of them – for the incredible work that they do.

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National CASA/GAL launches the Parental Incarceration Learning Series  

Susan Burton virtually joined CASA/GAL’s staff and volunteers to discuss her award-winning memoir.

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Please spend two minutes to contact Congress to ask for their support to increase the VOCA Cap

Cuts in the VOCA cap could significantly impact funding to CASA/GAL state organizations and local programs and ultimately children in need.

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Supreme Court of the United States hears Indian Child Welfare Act case

A Supreme Court ruling on the case is expected by the end of June 2023.  

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