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Court Appointed Special Advocates

The church has the responsibility to care for children in need. Whether it’s supporting organizations that empower and educate or opening your home to a child, here is one of four ministries Cornerstone has partnered with and we hope you will too!
“And whoever welcomes one such child in my name welcomes me.” Matthew 18:5 



What is a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA)?  

A child enters the foster care system because of some kind of abuse or neglect and navigating the system becomes difficult for them.  Becoming a CASA volunteer for a foster child is one of the greatest ways to help.  A CASA volunteer is an advocate for a foster youth and often becomes a much needed stable and consistent adult in their life. 

CASA's are county specific and volunteer requirements vary.  
Click on your county to learn more:
 Alameda County    Contra Costa County

Next Step:  Becoming a CASA is a BIG deal!  If you're unsure or want to talk to someone about it, click on your campus below and an Outreach Team Member will contact you.  

Livermore
Brentwood
Walnut Creek
HAYWARD
DanvillE