You Can Make a Difference in the Life of a Child!
Every year, hundreds of children in Alaska are removed from their homes because of evidence of abuse and neglect. They are uprooted from the only family they've known, taken out of schools and away from friends. In short, their worlds are turned upside down. Going through the child welfare system is a scary process and no child should do it alone.
How to Volunteer
CASA volunteers are people like you. They’re teachers, business people, retirees, stay-at-home moms, grandparents, college students; extraordinary people who want to make certain the voices of abused and neglected children are heard.
If you would like to be part of the solution to child abuse and neglect by becoming a CASA volunteer, read on to learn about the steps involved with becoming a trained child advocate as well as the necessary requirements.
Send us a message using the Contact button above, or learn more on our Volunteer