Information Sessions Held
On First Thursdays
Between now and March 27, Piedmont CASA is offering Information Sessions every Thursday at noon and 6pm. The next session is Thursday, March 6, 2014. If you're thinking about becoming a volunteer advocate for abused and neglected children in our community, please plan to attend one of these sessions to learn more. Registration is required.
Sessions will be held at CASA offices in Charlottesville. Learn about the wonderful work being done by CASA and whether being a CASA Volunteer is the right fit for you.
Call 971-7515 for details.
Ruth Geils was first inducted as
a CASA volunteer in 1997. She
says that her background in social
work in combination with her
own identification with children
who had no voice (or were
afraid to use it) and a passion
for “difference” made her a prime candidate.
When she saw a Piedmont CASA ad on TV, she
felt personally called and began the process of
becoming a court appointed special advocate. It
was, she felt, a “natural fit.”
Coach London's PSA