Rewrite The Story, Change the Future.

Become an advocate for an abused or neglected child.

You can help a child in foster care create a new life of promise and possibility. Support CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Kent County—the only local volunteer organization that empowers everyday citizens to stand up for vulnerable children in the family court system.

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    See how people like you make a difference.

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    Help us help more children in need.

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  • $75,800

    Dollar value of
    volunteer service

  • 862

    Children waiting
    for a CASA

  • 1,059

    Children in foster
    care in Kent County

  • 96

    Active CASA
    volunteer advocates

  • 197

    Children served
    by a CASA

  • 3,220

    Total hours of
    volunteer service

News, Announcements and Blog

We're Hiring!

CASA of Kent County is seeking 2 full-time Advocate Supervisors. CASA Volunteer Supervisors provide professional support and supervision to citizen volunteers who advocate for abused and neglected children living in foster care.


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Volunteer Spotlight: Rick and Linda Gillett

When you think of spending quality time with your spouse, you may think of vacations, date nights, or quiet dinners at home. To Rick and Linda Gillett, quality time over the past few years has been spent advocating for a family of six children in foster care.


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