The CASA Project would like to thank the Bay State Savings Charitable Foundation for its generous support of our child advocacy program. We were recently awarded a grant in the amount of $2,000 which will help us to serve even more abused and neglected children in the Worcester County Juvenile Court in the coming year. Pictured below from left to right are Diane Giampa, SVP/Human Resources & Marketing, Bay State Savings Bank, Sue Ellen Scrogin, Director of the CASA Project, and Peter Alden, President & CEO of Bay State Savings Bank.
Give a Child a Voice, a Hope, and a Future.

On an average day in Worcester County, MA, 1,400 abused, neglected or exploited children live in foster care because they cannot live safely at home. Over 675 children arrive for help into our juvenile court system each year. Most of these children are younger than age 11, and all are hurt, frightened, and confused victims.

Worcester County ’s children desperately need powerful voices to speak up for their best interests in court. Read more...

A child has rights. Join us to Speak up for them.

Grants Awarded to CASA in 2013 and 2014
George I. Alden Trust

Community Foundation of              Central Massachusetts

Fred Harris Daniels Foundation

Robert & Joan Dircks Foundation

Ruth H. & Warren A. Ellsworth     Foundation

The Fletcher Foundation

The Jack and Pauline Freeman   Foundation

George F. & Sybil H. Fuller             Foundation

The Greater Worcester                      Community Foundation

Hanover Insurance

Hoche-Scofield Foundation

Ludcke Foundation

Massachusetts Bar Foundation

The MENTOR Network

The Mildred McEvoy Foundation

George H. & Jane Mifflin Foundation

Milford National Bank Charitable Foundation

National CASA Association (Local & Older Youth Advocacy Grants)

Rockwell Foundation

The Stoddard Charitable Trust

TJX Charitable Foundation

United Way of Central Massachusetts

United Way of Southbridge, Sturbridge & Charlton

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