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Volunteer

Prairie Plains CASA promotes and supports quality volunteer experiences to help achieve our mission of ensuring safe, permanent and nurturing homes for children.

CASA Volunteer:

Advocate in court for an abused or neglected child. To make a difference in the life of a vulnerable child it only takes 2-5 hours per week. These children are court involved through no fault of their own and need someone there for them. Free training is provided.

To apply to be a CASA Volunteer please print out the Volunteer Form and mail to:  Prairie Plains CASA, 322 Norris Ave., Suite 6, McCook, NE 69001. You can also download and then fill in the form on your computer.  Please email the completed form to info@prairieplainscasa.org.

CASA Ambassador:

Help program staff spread the word about the good work of the Prairie Plains CASA Program by becoming a member of our speaker’s bureau. Help the CASA program grow in service to the approximately 1,200 children in our local court system. Assist in the recruitment of CASA program volunteers and provide child abuse awareness in our community.

CASA Mentor:

If you are an experienced, certified CASA volunteer, you can provide peer mentoring and support to newly certified CASA volunteers.

Grant Writer:

Are you a good writer?  Eager to help a worthy organization locate new sources of funding?  We would love to have you help us with this important function.

Recognition Committee Member:

Collaborate in the planning and execution of recognition events and activities through out the year.

Special Event Planner:

Serve on committee to help with CASA Fundraisers!

If you don’t see anything here that interests you, please contact our office at 308-340-6832. We would love to put your talents to use to benefit the vulnerable children in our area in a way that is meaningful to you.


I am for the child...

“"Keeping children safe must be everybody's business. CASA volunteers play a unique role on behalf of some of our most vulnerable children. Their commitment, vigilance and persistence offer hope where there has been little. They help to light the way for these children—and for all of us."”
Marian Wright Edelman, Founder and President, Children's Defense Fund
 

Quick Links

National CASA Association
Nebraska CASA Association
Project Everlast
Through the Eyes of the Child Initiative