Volunteer

Background image: CASA volunteer "graduates." 

We are so happy that eleven great people chose to give their time to attend our training sessions, and donate their time and energies on behalf of the CASA Project. 

Each one of them has shown us that they are ready to make a difference in the lives of abused and neglected children in Worcester County.

Contact us at (508) 757-9877 for more details on how you can become involved... and stand up for a child that needs you!

Volunteers speak...

 "Being A CASA volunteer has made my life more fulfilling, retirement more fulfilling. I’m realistic, I’m not going to change the world - but I am an element for positive change. The work here is important and relevant; there are a lot of kids who need our help. We are an independent eye on the case, with no agenda except the safety and well-being of the child.” JC
On July 21, 2016, the latest class of CASA Volunteers is sworn in at the Worcester Court House.

Volunteers


CASA Volunteers come from many different places and all walks of life. Whether you are a captain of industry or a quietly concerned community member, whatever your schooling or your own life experiences, you can be a successful volunteer. All you need is to share the passion and commitment to advocate for children.

Thank you to all 160+ current Worcester County CASA Volunteers. 

It is because of you that hundreds of children each year gain a voice, a home, a hope, and a future.

Would you like be a CASA Volunteer? Read more about the process and join us! 

The CASA Volunteer application can be completed on-line by clicking here.

Or, the application can be downloaded by clicking here. The download application can be completed on your computer. Please note that the completed form must be saved on your computer before e-mailing as an attachment to this address: volunteers@thecasaproject.org.

If you have any questions about becoming a CASA Volunteer, or the application process, please contact  Doug Stark at 508-757-9877 ext. 106, or e-mail at: dstark@thecasaproject.org.

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