Advocate Amy Mulholland recently walked the Camino de Santiago in honor of CASA. Below are some of her thoughts on the experience…
Advocate Nikki Orsak is a classic example of how one person can be the difference in a child’s life. Nikki’s story and accompanying photographs will be featured in our upcoming Gallery of Hope on October 29th…
As I reflect on our past fiscal year, I am proud to announce our great strides forward in serving the abused and neglected children of Bexar County…
CASA and United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County have kicked off the 2015 United Way Annual Giving Campaign…
Volunteers Make a Difference
The number of hours that were donated last year by dedicated CASA volunteers to improve the lives of abused and neglected children in our community.
The year by which we hope to provide a CASA volunteer for every child who needs one.
The percentage of children entering State protective custody that CASA served last year. This means over one half of the children removed from their home did not know the hope a CASA volunteer can provide.