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Bilingual Volunteers - Hispanic Heritage
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Bilingual Volunteers Needed – Hispanic Heritage Month

Bilingual Volunteers Needed | Hispanic Heritage Month | CASA Kane County | CASA/GAL Volunteer | Blog

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CASA Annual Report
Annual Report

 2021 Annual Report

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National Kinship Care Awareness Month
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September: National Kinship Care Awareness Month

National Kinship Care Awareness Month | CASA Kane County | CASA/GAL Volunteer | Blog

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7th Annual Clays For Kids

CASA Kane County Shoots for Success with 7th Annual Clays for Kids | Sporting Tournament at Max McGraw | CASA Kane County | Blog

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First In Person CASA/GAL Volunteer Swearing in Ceremony Since
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First In Person CASA/GAL Volunteer Swearing In Ceremony Since 2020

First In Person CASA/GAL Volunteer Swearing In Ceremony Since 2020 | CASA Kane County | Blog

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CASA/GAL Volunteer
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Why CASA when there are Attorneys, DCFS and other Agencies?

Why CASA when there are Attorneys, DCFS and other Agencies? | Frequently Asked Questions | CASA/GAL Volunteer | Blog

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Nurturing and Supporting a Healthy Child in the Face of Adversity Blog | CASA Kane County
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Nurturing and Supporting Healthy Children in the Face of Adversity

Volunteers (CASA/GAL’s) with CASA Kane County (Court Appointed Special Advocates/Guardian Ad Litem) are assigned to children who need a guardian to advocate on their behalf for the court in cases of abuse and neglect.

CASA’s represent the children in court, school, health checkups and other areas where children would need adult support. They are the eyes and ears of the court on behalf of a child. These volunteers are unbiased and truly have the child’s best interests in mind.

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Who is CASA Kane County - Blog
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Who is CASA Kane County and Why is CASA So Important?

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) about becoming a CASA/GAL Volunteer | Have Questions about Volunteering with CASA Kane County? We answer some Frequently Asked Questions regarding Volunteering with CASA Kane County! Become a Volunteer and Change a Child’s Story.

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CASA - Back to School Blog
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Back to School Can Mean Help for Children in Abuse and Neglect Situations  

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) about becoming a CASA/GAL Volunteer | Have Questions about Volunteering with CASA Kane County? We answer some Frequently Asked Questions regarding Volunteering with CASA Kane County! Become a Volunteer and Change a Child’s Story.

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HAVE WE FORGOTTEN THE VILLAGE? CALL FOR COMMUNITY TO REENGAGE AS VOLUNTEERS FOR CHILDREN NEEDED

CALL FOR COMMUNITY TO REENGAGE AS VOLUNTEERS FOR CHILDREN NEEDED

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CASA/GAL Frequently Asked Questions
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) to become a CASA/GAL Volunteer

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) about becoming a CASA/GAL Volunteer | Have Questions about Volunteering with CASA Kane County? We answer some Frequently Asked Questions regarding Volunteering with CASA Kane County! Become a Volunteer and Change a Child’s Story.

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CASA Kane County- Volunteer Blog
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Volunteer For CASA Kane County

Serving your Community: 6 Reasons to Volunteer with CASA Kane County

Thinking of becoming a volunteer? There are many reasons to volunteer and positive things that come from it. Here is a list of our top six reasons to Volunteer with CASA Kane County!

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Jim Di Ciaula Executive Director
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CASA Kane County Announces New Executive Director Jim Di Ciaula

CASA Kane County will hold a series of meetings this fall, starting Aug. 26, at which
volunteers can learn how to “change a child’s story.”

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Hands Around Courthouse
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CASA Kane County to Host Annual Hands Around the Courthouse Event for Child Abuse Awareness

CASA Kane County will hold a series of meetings this fall, starting Aug. 26, at which
volunteers can learn how to “change a child’s story.”

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Courthouse Event Draws Attention to Child Abuse — and Need for Volunteers to Help Victims

CASA Kane County will hold a series of meetings this fall, starting Aug. 26, at which
volunteers can learn how to “change a child’s story.”

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With Surge in Abuse Cases, CASA Kane County Sees Critical Need for Volunteers

CASA Kane County will hold a series of meetings this fall, starting Aug. 26, at which
volunteers can learn how to “change a child’s story.”

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Volunteers Can ‘Change A Child’s Story’ At 3 Upcoming Events

CASA Kane County will hold a series of meetings this fall, starting Aug. 26, at which
volunteers can learn how to “change a child’s story.”

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Articles

Officials Ask Public to be Vigilant About Suspected Child Abuse During Pandemic

With remote learning for K-12 students because of the COVID-19 pandemic, educators are not seeing their students personally..

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Change a Child’s Story by Volunteering with CASA Kane County

CASA Kane County has been advocating for children in the foster care system for over 31 years and has served thousands of youth struggling through a horrible time in their life.

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