Now, more than ever, we are called to make a difference. Join us in making a difference for every child who has experienced abuse and neglect.
Although many normal business operations have ceased, the advocacy provided by Savannah/Chatham CASA continues. With more than 400 children in foster care in Chatham County, the needs of vulnerable children continue and, therefore, so does the work of our organization.
CASA volunteers are individuals from our community who are oftentimes the one constant in the life of a child experiencing foster care. They provide emotional support, community referrals, case plan assistance to the family, and, most importantly, ensure the safety and well-being of the child as they advocate for permanency. Because EVERY CHILD should have a safe and loving place to call home. Our volunteers, while taking appropriate COVID-19 precautions, continue to work through the pandemic to support the children, their families, foster home placements, the Juvenile Court & the Department of Family and Children Services. Together, we are using flexible, virtual, and creative ways to achieve our vision - a community where every child who has experienced abuse and neglect is given the opportunity to thrive in a safe and loving home.
Did you know that a child with a CASA volunteer is:
Will you give today to ensure that EVERY CHILD has a safe and loving home?