Volunteer

Volunteer

Become a CASA Volunteer

Take the first step to becoming a CASA advocate:

VOLUNTEER!

Amplify CASA

Ready to Help us Amplify CASA? We’re absolutely delighted that you are interested in serving as an Ambassador for CASA! Join us this year in celebrating and uplifting the #PowerofVoicesforChildren, by sharing your support for CASA with your friends, family, and community. Let’s raise $15,000 to help provide even more children and youth, who have… Read more »

Breaking Ground!

Please save the date for a ceremonial groundbreaking for the new CASA Training & Support Center. Thursday, January 31 10:30 a.m. 2725 Hunter Road San Marcos Please RSVP here

2018 Impact Report

How did CASA of Central Texas volunteers, board members, donors and community supporters make positive changes in our 4-County service area? Check out our 2018 Impact Report

2017 Annual Report

231 volunteers, 573 children served and 84 new volunteers screened and trained. See more of last year’s accomplishments in our 2017 Annual Report.

National CASA Annual Report

From the National CASA Annual Report Our mission is to ensure every child who has experienced abuse or neglect has a caring,  consistent adult to advocate for his or her well-being. This bold promise to give every one of America’s most vulnerable children a voice requires the passion, dedication and collaboration of a network of 938… Read more »

2016 Annual Report

More than 220 active volunteers, 12 new training classes and 62 new volunteers sworn in! See even more of our accomplishments in this year’s Annual Report

New San Marcos CASA Location

     Our San Marcos office location has moved to the second floor of the historic Hays County Courthouse at 111 E. San Antonio Street. Thanks to the County Judge and Commissioners, CASA will be housed downtown while we work on our Capital Campaign and build our permanent office and training facility on Hunter Road Join us for the… Read more »

2015 High School Graduates!

We are very proud of our nine CASA youth who successfully completed their high school education this Spring. High school graduation is an achievement for all youth but especially for ours, any one of whom has many excuses to fail. National statistics show that about half of youth in foster care do not earn their… Read more »

Welcome New Volunteers!

Welcome to our newest volunteers, sworn in in on December 12th These advocates will soon be assigned to a case as the adult responsible for advocating for the best interest of an abused or neglect child. More volunteers are needed. We are now enrolling for our 2015 training classes. Click here for more info on… Read more »

Welcome New Volunteers

Welcome to our newest CASA volunteers sworn in October 31st. They are now ready to be appointed to advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children in the state’s care. What a great group! Pictured:Megan Saathoff of Comal County, Jennifer Martinez of Comal County, Judy Fogg of Guadalupe County, Larry Patterson of Hays… Read more »