Date(s) & Time(s)::
Daily from December 9, 2011 until January 31, 2012
Phone: (541) 435-7080
CASA of Coos County is looking for volunteers to help South Coast foster children in the new year! Court Appointed Special Advocates provide quality advocacy for abused and neglected children of our community and are seeking volunteers for an upcoming training in January!
CASA of Coos County, a program of Oregon Coast Community Action and the Commission on Children and Families, is seeking individuals interested in serving as an advocate to apply for their next training session. Beginning in January, the training is a total of 30 hours and takes place over several sessions. CASA volunteers advocate for the child’s best interest and work with the court system to help find safe permanent homes. For more information or to request an application, please contact CASA trainer, Bridgette Bagoy at (541) 824-0215 or email@example.com
“CASA’s success for the past decade would not be possible without the dedication and commitment of our amazing volunteers,” says Twila Veysey, CASA Director. “I hope that with the support of our community we can continue to give a voice to the children of Coos County for many years to come.”
These trainings are made possible through the support of donors, grants, and foundation support, including generous contributions from Bandon 1st Presbyterian Church, Bandon High School, Bay Area Hospital, Coquille Tribal Community Fund, Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Tribe, North Bend Kiwanis, Pacific Power, Pioneer United Methodist Church of Coquilleand , TRUST Management Services of Waldport, and the Zonta Club of Coos Bay,. Their contributions go a long way in ensuring that every child has a voice in the court system and hope in the future.
Oregon Coast Community Action is a non-profit network of programs that help feed, house, warm and educate the communities of the South Coast. For more information, please call (541) 435-7080 or learn more at www.orcca.us. For more information on CASA of Coos County, please call (541) 435-7102 or visit www.orcca.us/casa
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