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.  

Walnut Creek