Imagine what our community would look like if every child had the resources they need to thrive – even children in foster care.
Children who had previously been abused or neglected would no longer feel shame over a situation they could not control. They would have a safe place to live and be able to enjoy their childhood. And they would have stable education opening doors for a successful future.
No matter what trauma a child has experienced, studies show that the greatest indicator of future success is whether they had at least one consistent, positive adult presence in their life. For children in foster care, that person is their CASA – their Court Appointed Special Advocate – provided by Voices for Children.
You can help. Be a voice for children.
With more children entering the foster care system every day, we rely on your support to continue meeting the need and providing them with advocates who will prioritize what is best for them.
This May, during National Foster Care Month, we are asking you to make a gift to our Spring Annual Fund Campaign and help us give youth the opportunity to thrive. Our goal is to raise $25,000 this month, which will change the trajectory of children's lives forever.
Make a Gift
By giving, you are investing in children's futures, and in the well being of our entire community.
Set Up a Recurring Donation
Every day, more children enter foster care in our county. Help us continue to meeting the need with a monthly, quarterly, or annual gift.
If you would like to support our Riverside County program, we have a special challenge match available for gifts of $500 or more.
Hannah had been neglected as a child and sexually abused by her father. She had no self-confidence and was extremely behind in school. Thanks to donors like you, we were able to match Hannah with CASA Linda. Linda made Hannah feel capable and valued. She researched the girl’s medical needs, educational needs, and foster care placement. With her dedication and advocacy on Hannah’s behalf, Hannah grew in self-confidence. She began doing better in school and participated in extracurricular activities like dance.
Make a Difference for Foster Children
Your support says these children deserve every opportunity to thrive.