Volunteer

CASA volunteer

Everyday heroes for children in need. 

One of the most unique things about CASA is that we use volunteers in nearly every aspect of the agency’s work. Volunteers are at the heart of our organization – we simply could not do what we do without them. From a one-time volunteer experience to the one-year commitment of working a case as a volunteer advocate, there are so many ways to make a difference in the lives of the abused and neglected children we serve. Whatever your skill set may be and whatever time you may have to give, we have a role at CASA that you can fill.

Volunteer Court Advocate

A trained member of the community, appointed by a district judge, to represent children in court. Advocates are 100% community volunteers.

CHAMPIONS FOR CASA

Champions for CASA is a volunteer auxiliary group that promotes the quality, sustainability, and growth of CASA of Denton County.

Board of Directors

A group of individuals who are responsible for the overall management of the organization, providing leadership and support.

Advisory Council

A group of individuals who serve on subcommittees of the board, helping in the areas of finance, fund raising, public awareness, personnel, and long range planning.  These individuals have expressed an interest in helping CASA, but typically do not have time to serve on the Board of Directors or as court advocates.

Special Events Volunteer

CASA regularly utilizes community and university volunteers, youth groups, and others at special events throughout the year.  Click here for a calendar of CASA events. 

Volunteer Intern

The CASA office periodically hires student interns for a semester or summer session to assist with various administrative and other tasks.  Interns must be enrolled in a local university and studying social work or another topic relevant to the mission of CASA of Denton County.  For more information, contact Lori Powell, CASA Program Director, at 940.243.2272.

Legislative Advocacy Team (LAT)

CASA of Denton County works in conjunction with Texas CASA to educate legislators about the issues facing children in the child welfare system in Texas and to advocate for legislative solutions, where appropriate.  Activities include writing letters to legislators, participating in meetings with legislators and staff to advocate for legislation, testifying at hearings before Senate and House committees and attending Texas CASA events to demonstrate strength in numbers.  For more information, or to be included in Legislative Advocacy Team communications, please email Brooke Moore.