Double Your Impact Today!
Every year hundreds of children in our community enter the child welfare system. These children have several people coming in and out of their lives; foster parents, social workers, Guardians ad litem, and the list goes on. Our mission is to provide each child who has experienced neglect and abuse with a Court Appointed Special Advocate. This consistent, trained, caring adult can ensure the child’s needs are being met during this critical time in their life and look out for the child’s best interests.
Give the Gift of Hope
The holiday season can look a little different to children in the child welfare system. You can give children and families an unforgettable holiday!
Check out what you can give to CASA children this year!
Maximize Your Support
This year, you can DOUBLE the hope that you give to children who have faced the unthinkable!
Every dollar you give will be MATCHED! See how a donation can change the lives of children in our community!
Have you thought about becoming an advocate? Join us for our next informational session to learn more about CASA of the Fox Cities.
Email Leah at firstname.lastname@example.org for the schedule and Zoom link.
Strengthening Families & Communities
It is our goal to see each child reach permanency as quickly and safely as possible. Research shows that the presence of one supportive adult in a child’s life can reduce the long-term impact of childhood trauma. By having a CASA in a child’s life they re-learn how to form an attachment bond. Through the presence of their advocates support, and recommending needed services, we are helping to stop the cycle of generational trauma. Breaking the cycle will help our community to grow stronger over future generations.
At CASA of the Fox Cities we create a welcoming and inclusive environment as we serve LGBTQIA+ youth and families.
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To advocate in our local courts, with community volunteers to achieve placement in safe and permanent homes for children who have experienced abuse and neglect.
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1500 N Casaloma Dr. Suite 200
Appleton, WI 54913