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CASA: A child's voice in court...
Because alone in the system is no place for a child.

Your gift can help provide advocacy for abused and
neglected children in our community.  Please help us
by donating online. Your contribution is tax
deductible.
Clatsop CASA Program, Inc.
Clatsop CASA Program, Inc.
818 Commercial St., Suite 401
Post Office Box 514
Astoria, OR 97103
United States
503-338-6063


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The 16th ANNUAL CLATSOP CASA
CELEBRATION
Thursday, April 17, 2014
was a resounding success
(and a good party!)






Our thanks to everyone who attended and joined us in honoring the work done
by our Clatsop CASA advocates

There are still ways to support our organization:
Make a donation
Check out the website for ways to contribute by shopping,
using PayPal or through a direct donation


Become a CASA Volunteer or CASA Family Finding Volunteer:  
Call 503-338-6063 or contact lauren@clatsopcasa.org
You Shop - We Earn
Through the Fred Meyer Community Rewards
Program, a contribution can be made to Clatsop
CASA every time you use your Freddy's
Rewards Card. Just sign up
here  to link your
Rewards Card to Clatsop CASA and we can get
a part of the $2.5 million dollars that is being
donated to non-profits like ours.  Call us for
more information.            
      
New Volunteer Training  Begins April 2

Our six week program combines weekly small group
discussions with an online curriculum to make it more
convenient to complete CASA training.  We have also
partnered with CCC's Workforce Training so that you
can easily register online. Many vulnerable children do
not have an advocate - we need your help to ensure
that every child has someone dedicated to that child's
best interests. Call us at 503-338-6063, contact us by
email at lauren@clatsopcasa.org or download the
Volunteer Application.
Upcoming Training
Both anecdata and research indicate that relatives
play a particularly important role in a foster child's life
through a sense of connection, a sense of normalcy,
a sense of family.  Finding those relatives, though,
takes a special kind of volunteer with a special set of
skills and knowledge.  Learn more about how you can
help a child find family in this one-day seminar.
 Family Find Training in June