Recruit, train, and support a diverse network of Court Appointed Special Advocate volunteers to provide abused and neglected children in our community with quality advocacy in the Hancock County court system and to secure them a safe, permanent, and nurturing home.
50 cents per day can help a child be safe.
Become an Everyday Hero! CASA volunteers are everyday citizens that are appointed by a judge to advocate for the safety and well-being of children who are victims of abuse and neglect. What does it mean to be a CASA volunteer? Becoming a CASA volunteer is an investment of time, energy and heart. Volunteers are required to go through screening and training. They are the “eyes and the ears” of the Court in this complex cases of child abuse and neglect. Exactly what does a CASA volunteer … [Read More...]
There are several ways you can support our upcoming fundraiser. Consider sponsorship opportunities that will allow your business exposure leading up to, during and after the event. We will also have a silent auction. Local business owners, such as you, can contribute donations in the form of services, gift certificates, and actual merchandise. Attached you…[Read More...]
(BAY ST. LOUIS, MS, September 14, 2015)-On Saturday, September 12, 2015 Chris Cochran of S&L Office Supplies in Waveland presented a check to CASA of Hancock County’s Executive Director, Cynthia Chauvin. This check was made possible through a recycling project that Cochran started in early 2015 entitled C Carts4kids. S&L Office Supplies collects used toner…[Read More...]
S&L Office Supplies, a locally owned business in Hancock County launched its Carts4kids.com giving program in January 2015. This project offers local businesses and individuals a unique opportunity help the environment and support an organization dedicated to serving the abused and neglected children in our own community. Drop off used toner cartridges at…[Read More...]