In a world where corporations often wield significant influence, it’s heartening to see businesses like Plante Moran stepping up to make a difference in the community. Their commitment to social responsibility, exemplified through the “We Care” motto, extends beyond mere words—it’s a fundamental part of their culture. The blog paints a vivid picture of how businesses, when inspired by a shared purpose, can become powerful agents of positive change
November is a month filled with significant events and holidays, but there’s one observance that often goes unnoticed amidst the preparations for Thanksgiving and the excitement of Black Friday – National Adoption Month. This important month is dedicated to raising awareness about the thousands of children in foster care who are eagerly waiting for their forever families. It’s a time to celebrate the love, hope and joy that adoption brings into the lives of countless families across the nation.
In our ongoing commitment to shedding light on remarkable organizations and individuals working to make a positive impact, we recently had the privilege of sitting down with the Executive Director of CASA Kane County, Jim Di Ciaula. Di Ciaula is an active community leader, who is passionate about building relationships and giving back. In this insightful interview, we dive into the core of CASA Kane County’s mission, child welfare advocacy, recruitment of volunteer advocates, the challenges they face and how they collaborate with other organizations to better serve children in need.
In a world where compassion and support are invaluable, CASA Kane County consistently steps up to make a difference in the lives of children who have experienced abuse and neglect. As the fall season approaches, CASA Kane County is gearing up for their upcoming training program starting on September 19th. | CASA Kane County Blog
Empowering Change and Compassion: Join Us September 14 at the 2023 CASA Kane County Community Conference for the Care of Children & Resource Expo
The heartbeat behind this event lies in the belief that knowledge-sharing and open dialogue can pave the way for stronger communities and brighter futures for our most vulnerable children.