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Court Appointed Special Advocate

HOG ride to help CASA

Abused and neglected children need help. These children need someone who will advocate for them in court and consistently guide them as a positive adult influence during a very difficult time in their lives. Three years ago, Folsom Harley Owners Group (HOG) contacted the El Dorado County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program and organized an annual poker […]

Project 44 helps find more foster homes

Two inspiring parents, 44 foster homes needed and a mission to help every one of those kids. That’s what Jo Herrera, 18, thought about when starting “Project 44.” Every day is a normal day for most of us, but it’s never a normal day for abused and neglected kids. They didn’t ask to be born into […]

CASA receives important gift from Wells Fargo

Every day is a normal day for most of us, but it’s never a “normal” day for abused and neglected kids. They didn’t ask to be born into the mess they find themselves in and they desperately need help. These children need a CASA who will advocate for them in court and consistently guide them […]

It’s time to order a CASA lunch

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) hosts one of the largest fundraisers of the year to help abused and neglected children in El Dorado County Child Advocates of El Dorado County is having its annual box lunch fundraiser and will make and deliver 3,000 lunches from Pollock Pines to Rancho Cordova by noon on Thursday, April […]

Photographers say ‘yes’

Local photographers said “yes” to Child Advocates of El Dorado County’s request to photograph local foster seniors. Most students expect high school graduation pictures. Most students get them. Court Appointed Special Advocate staff members realized some foster teens might not have senior portraits taken and asked photographers to donate their time for a photo shoot […]

Local non-profit helps abused and neglected children

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) helps local children get into safe, permanent homes instead of long-term foster care or re-entry into the foster care system With a staff of just nine, CASA El Dorado is blessed with hundreds of volunteers who efficiently advocate for abused and neglected children throughout the county. The advocates believe every […]

CASA box lunches are simply amazing

It is hard to imagine, but 2013 marks the 17th consecutive Box Lunch event for CASA El Dorado. Each year more than 125 volunteers gather at the Diamond Springs Firehouse at the unheard of hour of 4 a.m. to put together and then deliver over 4,000 lunches. It is an amazing effort. If ever there […]

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