CASA Day during a Capitol will take place on Feb. 14 during a State Capitol in Atlanta with scarcely 300 child advocates, including 11 from Liberty, Ware and McIntosh counties.
An annual eventuality hosted by Georgia Court Appointed Special Advocates (Georgia CASA), a day centers around CASA volunteers, house members and staff from opposite a state assembly with members of a Georgia Legislature to appreciate them for their support of a CASA classification and to share concerns about a abused and neglected children in encourage caring that their CASA programs serve.
This year’s eventuality includes a legislative briefing, assembly with legislators and a luncheon.
Atlantic Area CASA is an associate of Georgia CASA, a nonprofit classification with 46 community-based associate programs. The CASA module helps make certain a qualified, merciful adult will disciple a child’s right to be safe, to be treated with grace and honour and to learn and grow in a protected welcome of a amatory family.
Last year, some-more than 2,400 CASA volunteers in Georgia served some-more than 11,200 abused and neglected children. Locally, 30 CASA volunteers served 157 children in Liberty, Long, Bryan, Evans, McIntosh, Tattnall, Pierce and Ware counties.
For some-more information about a CASA module and/or internal assemblage during CASA Day during a Capitol, hit Atlantic Area CASA during 912-876-3816 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn some-more about a CASA classification via Georgia, revisit www.gacasa.org or call 800-251-4012.