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Children have the right to be treated with respect
children have the right to say NO if something is not OK.
Encourage children to talk to a trusted adult if something is not OK
Help children show kindness and civility on social media.
FRIDAY, MAY 9th, 2014
Linn County Expo Center
6:00pm – 10:00pm
Ticket $50.00 or 2 for $90.00
For more information contact
Please select from one of the following payment options and return the form to address above:
Thank you for participating in CASA’s “10 for 12” Campaign.
You are making an investment in the lives of children living in Linn County foster care to ensure they achieve a safe and forever home. this campaign will provide the financial resources to train and support 10-15 new volunteers who will be appointed to children from our waiting list.
“We had an opportunity to go and memorialize the end of a 2 year 4 month long journey and meet with the kids CASA and Caseworker. These women worked for the best interest of the kids and many times had their hands tied by the states laws. They will forever have my gratitude for persevering and maneuvering the system so in the end the kids were safe and loved. What a labor of love.”
Quilt Raffle to Benefit CASA of Linn County, Inc.
Tickets 1 for $5 or 5 for $20
Drawing will be held MAY 9, 2014
CASA Casino Royale
at the Linn County Fair & Expo Center
For more information contact
We moved to our new office at
2730 #201 Pacific Boulevard in Albany!
Very exciting to have such a large office with plenty of space to hold training. Greatly appreciate all the volunteers who helped move today. The staff is very grateful to you all!
CASA of Linn County, Inc. is a non-profit organization that supports volunteers who advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children under the protection of the Juvenile Court.
Our purpose is to secure a safe, permanent home for every child in foster care as quickly as possible.
Our children need to do more than survive. They need to thrive in the safety of a living family throughout their childhood.
When a child cannot live safely at home a CASA will help ensure their safe passage out of foster care.
A CASA is specially trained to know what is in a child’s best interest and how to get the child’s needs met.
Every child in the foster care and child welfare system should have a CASA volunteer.
You can help in this mission by becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate, a Connection Volunteer, or by providing critical financial support.
Society has a fundamental obligation to ensure that the basic rights and needs of every child are met. This is about ensuring that every child has the right to learn, grow, and be treated with dignity and respect.
CASA volunteers are a formidable force that fight for these rights. There is no one else like a CASA volunteer.
Last year in Linn County, 225 abused and neglected children in 2012 received the powerful voice of a Court Appointed Special Advocate.
62 children were placed into safe, permanent, forever homes where they can thrive.
There are still 187 children waiting for a CASA.
For the child who has suffered in an abusive home and enters a foster care system that places her in three or four different homes in just a few months.
For the siblings who lost their mother to incarceration and are split up and living on different sides of the county.
For the child who has been in 4 schools in 2 years and is surrounded, again, by strangers.
I am for them, I am a CASA, I am you.