Learn About CASA of Red River

Learn About CASA of Red River

Discover the great work done by Court Appointed Special Advocates in our community

In 1977, a judge in Seattle, Washington decided to ask local volunteers to work as advocates for abused and neglected children who passed through his courtroom. Decades later, the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program has expanded nationwide, including 72 divisions in Texas alone.

CASA of Red River is a volunteer-driven charity that provides advocacy for abused and neglected children in our area. Larsonfest proudly donates event proceeds to the charity every year and helps promote involvement with the program.

To learn more about CASA of Red River, visit their website at https://www.casawf.org/.






The role of a CASA volunteer

The role of a CASA volunteer

When someone serves as a CASA for an abused or neglected child, they have a few very important responsibilities. These include:

Acting as a "voice in court" for the children
Researching the child's situation and making objective recommendations for care
Advocating for the child's best interests in every way possible

Larsonfest is proud to support CASA of Red River by donating event proceeds to this important charity. Email us today to learn more about getting involved or donating to CASA.