'All kids need is a little help, a little hope, and someone who believes in them.'
Earvin "Magic" Johnson
Interested in Becoming a CASA Volunteer?
Orientation session is called CASA 101 because it is the introduction to becoming a CASA volunteer. You are welcome to attend CASA 101 even if you are unsure about becoming a CASA - especially if you are unsure. We will provide an overview of the expectations of CASA, what is required to complete training and screening, and answer all your questions.
First Wednesday of every month! Drop-ins welcome.
What if you were taken from the only people you really knew, even with all their problems, and promised a place to live with your own bed, new clothes, but you had to leave your friends, your clothes, your pillow, your pet (the only one whoever listened!), the food you like to eat, could you do it?
Maybe expecting kids... to appreciate what they are offered... is ture unless we first recognize all they have lost.
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Fred Meyer, Inc.
Creative Metal Arts Guild
First Citizen Bank & Trust Co
Foster Poulty Farms
Harry L. Stearns, Inc.
Jubitz Family Foundation
Kaiser Permanente - NW Health Foundation
Lake Oswego Women's Club
Lake Oswego Rotary
Mountain View Professional Center
Oregon Volunteer Commission
Regency Realty Group
The Laura D. Wanser Foundation
Vital Life Foundation
Woodward Family Foundation
Ways to get Involved
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