I Am For the Child... Who Has No Voice

To give a child a CASA volunteer is to give them a voice. To give them a voice is to give them hope, and to give them hope is to give them the world. CASA volunteer Robin Grady states, “Being a CASA has given me way more than I have given” and CASA advocate Dee Averitt explains, “I wish I had never waited… because I will never stop." We invite YOU to come and experience the rewarding moments you receive as a CASA volunteer. It is a life-changing experience that many volunteers say has changed them forever! 


Staff member Chuck Gilliatt represents CASA of Tarrant County in Bermuda!

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Gloria Campos is For the Child

In 1989 Gloria Campos took over the Wednesday's Child Program for WFAA-TV Channel 8, bringing the stories of North Texas children in foster care into our homes with the hopes of finding each of them their own forever home.

Today, Gloria still speaks out for these children in foster care, and urges members of the community to consider becoming CASA volunteers: “I think there is no better calling for a person than to be a CASA for a child like that, so they can have a consistent adult behind them, looking out for them.”

Help Us Win $100,000!

Give and you shall receive during Macys Shop for a Cause Charity Challenge. Donate what you can so we can win the grand prize of $100,000 and in return you'll receive a Macy's savings pass that can be used during Macy's 12th Annual Shop For A Cause charity shopping event. Click here to give now: https://www.crowdrise.com/casa-of-tarrant-county