Jasper County CASA Swears in New Advocates

More community members committed to advocating for children in foster care

New CASAs were sworn in on February 23

(Joplin, MO) Jasper County CASA will be swearing in their new class of volunteers on February 23. They have completed the 30-hour curriculum and will become official Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs). After volunteers are sworn in, they receive a case and begin advocating for a child or sibling group in foster care in Jasper County. By swearing in these new volunteers, Jasper County CASA will be able to serve more children and offer them a better chance at permanency.

Court Appointed Special Advocates are community members who choose to advocate for abused and neglected children and help them in their journey through foster care. If you are interested in becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate but want to know more, please visit jascocasa.org/events to sign up for a 30-minute information session where we talk about our organization and answer any questions you may have.

There is a child in need who is waiting for you. Volunteer as a child advocate or donate today. For more ways you can help, visit jascocasa.org or email us at kenedie@jascocasa.org.

About Jasper County CASA:

Jasper County CASA is a nonprofit organization that provides trained volunteers who advocate for the best interest of abused and neglected children.


Kenedie Watchorn, Volunteer Coordinator
Jasper County Casa

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