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12.01.2016

Advocate Impact - Kornsiri “Cherry” Piluek

Cherry began her journey as a CASA volunteer in August 2015. Having come from a diverse background in Thailand she understood the importance of family and culture.  Upon taking her first CASA case Cherry was excited and nervous.  She partnered with Anna Flores, CASA Peer Coordinator, in the selection of her case.  Although all the cases tugged at her heart, she selected one and her role as an Advocate began.

  Advocate Impact - Kornsiri “Cherry” Piluek
 
 
Advocate Experiences  

12.01.2016

Advocate Experiences

Check out these great, free experiences for you and your CASA kids!

 
 

12.01.2016

Advocacy Tip: Communicating With Parents About Their Services

When children are placed in the Temporary Managing Conservatorship of the State, CPS is required to work with parents and attempt to reunify the children. In order to do so, CPS will provide parents with services to alleviate the issues that brought the children into care. In order for CASA Advocates to provide a recommendation regarding permanency for the children, advocates need to communicate with parents about the services they are required to complete.

  Advocacy Tip: Communicating With Parents About Their Services
 
 
Growing and Giving  

12.01.2016

Growing and Giving

Click the link for a Gallery of Hope recap, a United Way update, San Antonio’s first Fusion Fest benefitting CASA, our partnership with University Bowl, UTSA’s Omega Delta Phi fundraiser, and more!

 
 

12.01.2016

New Volunteer Training

Many new Advocates mention hearing about CASA through friends, family and other volunteers. Invite your friends and family to learn more about CASA!

  New Volunteer Training
 
 
 

12.01.2016

Ongoing Training: December 2016 - January 2017

Full class schedule is now posted on the ‘Ongoing Training’ page…

 
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