Every child has rights –
We advocate for them!
Children are waiting…you can help!
In 2019, The CASA Project’s 340 volunteers helped serve 857 abused and neglected children with tireless efforts! However, there are still many children waiting for someone like you to be their voice!
What We Do
The CASA Project recruits, screens, and trains volunteers from the community to be appointed advocates for children that have been abused and/or neglected in Worcester County!
- Investigate and fact-find, helping a judge learn the nuances of each child’s prospective caregiver situations.
- Advocate for any medical, mental health, and educational services that a child may need while in foster care.
- Monitor case progress and well-being of the child to aid in obtaining a swift, effective resolution for each case: a safe and permanent home as quickly as possible.
Support THE Casa Project
Every year in Massachusetts nearly 8,700 children are removed from their homes because of abuse or neglect. In Worcester County, 1,700 children are in need of someone like you to strengthen their voice and to advocate for their best interests. Most of these children are younger than the age of 12 – nearly half are under the age of six – and they are hurt, frightened, and confused.
Our goal is to advocate and fight for every one of these children. But, we need your help. Every donation helps us make a difference in a child’s life.
Help support our CASA kids to aid them in dreaming big and achieving their goals!
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If you would like to connect by donating, use the links below! Duffle bag donations can be accessed through the Amazon Wishlist and/or you can make a monetary donation through Donate Online.
We appreciate your support and assistance!
VOLUNTEER TRAINING: SEPTEMBER DATES!
The approaching training session will take place from Monday, September 13th through Thursday, September 16th from 4:00pm-7:30pm. The sessions will be held virtually each night.
The CASA Project is excited to welcome you to the team!