We know how important it is that your gifts of time and financial support are being used effectively. That’s why we prioritize accountability and transparency and regularly report about the work we are doing.
Our staff and more than 1,400 dedicated CASA volunteers continued to provide critical advocacy to children amidst a pandemic, serving all 3,790 children in San Diego County’s foster care system as well as 434 children in Riverside County’s foster care system. Our CASAs helped to reduce the potential for learning loss, responded to children in crisis, and helped connect older youth with food, housing, and other resources.
Our Recent Newsletters
Learn about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and why they matter for the work of our CASA volunteers. Read about the impact of distance learning on children in foster care. Hear from community partners, including a social worker with the San Diego County Health & Human Services Agency (HHSA) and an attorney supporting children in Riverside County