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New Board Officers

CASA recently completed its fiscal year in June 2016 and elected new members to the executive positions of the board. These individuals, along with the rest of the Board of Governors, are essential to providing the strategic leadership and fundraising support necessary to ensure CASA’s continuing success in serving the abused and neglected children in San Antonio.

New Board Officers

Advocate Impact - Beth Morse

Beth had an immense impact on these children’s lives in helping them obtain permanency.  It was a very complicated case with all three children having different paths towards reunification, but Beth’s commitment, effort and persistence made a huge impact on these children’s lives.  Beth proves that sometimes you have to think outside of the box in order to find permanency.  Beth made sure these children found their forever family and did not linger in the system.

Advocate Impact - Beth Morse

06.23.2016

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W.P. Carey Chooses CASA Board Member Kevin Moore’s Essay as Winner

W.P. Carey recently held an essay competition for Financial Advisors, with the writer of the winning essay receiving a donation to the charity of their choice. The participants were asked to write a commencement speech.  Kevin Moore wrote the winning essay on how crucial hope is to the human spirit and how it inspires us all to keep moving forward no matter the obstacle.

W.P. Carey Chooses CASA Board Member Kevin Moore’s Essay as Winner

06.21.2016

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Junior League of San Antonio Hosted an Art & Soul

On Tuesday, June 14th, 2016, Child Advocates San Antonio (CASA) worked with Junior League of San Antonio for our unique Art and Soul initiative with our CASA kids.

Junior League of San Antonio Hosted an Art & Soul

06.08.2016

Beth Robert’s Advocacy Made a Difference

Had it not been for Beth’s vigilance throughout the case, these children may have remained in an abusive home.  They certainly would not be getting the occupational services that they desperately needed.  Beth spoke up for these boys at every turn and will continue to advocate for them and the services that they need. She continues to be their strong voice and the constant person in the lives of the children.

Beth Robert’s Advocacy Made a Difference

05.31.2016

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Join CASA in Recognizing May as Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Month and this gives CASA an opportunity to help spread mental health awareness to our community and share ways you can get involved to make a difference for the CASA children and teens who suffer from mental and behavioral issues.

Join CASA in Recognizing May as Mental Health Month

05.29.2016

Lakeside Golf Club hosts a CASA Benefit Scramble

Thanks to CASA Advocate Leslie Abbott, the Lakeside Golf Club on 405 Watts Lane in Canyon Lake is hosting a golf scramble to benefit Child Advocates San Antonio (CASA) and CASA of Central Texas, Inc. on Saturday, June 4th.

Lakeside Golf Club hosts a CASA Benefit Scramble

05.26.2016

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Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott Calls All Texans to Volunteer

Recently, Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott made a call to action to all Texans. Mrs. Abbott believes that we all have a higher calling and she is spearheading a new “Texanthropy Initiative” to promote volunteerism and service in our local community. The Texas First Lady will not only highlight the importance of volunteering for others, but will elevate those who work through their “Texanthropy” to make our state and cities a better place.

Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott Calls All Texans to Volunteer

05.25.2016

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May is National Foster Care Month

This May, CASA joins the rest of nation in recognizing National Foster Care Month by focusing on how foster parents make enormous impacts on the abused and neglected children who have been removed from their homes and placed into their care.

May is National Foster Care Month

05.19.2016

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Treat Yourself with Kendra Scott!

On Thursday, May 26th, Kendra Scott at the Quarry is hosting a CASA night from 5-8 pm where part of their proceeds go to helping us serve more abuse/neglected children in our community!

Treat Yourself with Kendra Scott!

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