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To read more Volunteer stories, click on a name in the beige box to the right.

"Because it makes a difference..."

Steve Kennedy
Piedmont CASA Volunteer since 2013

My children are grown and I was looking for ways to give back and help other kids who weren't as fortunate as my own. A local friend - now a fellow CASA Volunteer - told me about Piedmont CASA.

I can see the difference having an advocate makes to a child
As a CASA Volunteer, I stay on a case until its conclusion. That means I can actually see the tangible effects that my participation and recommendations have on determining what is best for a child's safety and well being.

Do your research and make sure you're prepared
Make sure you understand the role of a CASA Volunteer, and the emotional impact it is likely to have on you. In order to be an effective advocate for these children, you cannot get too emotionally involved in the dynamics of their lives, or in the challenges of dealing with the bureaucratic legal and social services system.

To read more Volunteer stories, click on a name in the beige box, above right.

To Learn More About Becoming a Volunteer
Register for one of our Information Sessions
held on the first Thursday of every month
Call Lexie at: 434-971-7515
Or email: volunteer@pcasa.org