All of our wonderful CASA volunteers have huge hearts for the abused and neglected children of our community.  In the past year, 59 volunteers advocated for 174 abused and neglected children.  Right now there are 63 children in the child welfare system in Buffalo and Kearney Counties that are waiting for a CASA volunteer.  Volunteer today!

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y/Buffalo County CASA
Every day in this country, 1,900 children become victims of abuse or neglect, and four of them will die.  Kearney/Buffalo County CASA is a local member of the National Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) for children network.  We recruit, train, and support local volunteers to advocate for the best interests of local abused and neglected children in courtrooms and communities.  Volunteer advocates - empowered directly by the courts - offer judges the critical information they need to ensure that each child's rights and needs are being attended to while in foster care.  Volunteers stay with children until they are placed in loving permanent homes.  For many abused children, a CASA volunteer is the only constant adult presence in their lives. 
 Henry and Louie: The Tale of a CASA Volunteer
Role of a CASA Volunteer
Interested in learning more about what it means to be a CASA Volunteer?  View the below video created by the Nebraska CASA Associate to get a better idea about what it means to be a Court Appointed Special Advocate.

CASA volunteer with abused or neglected child
Are you ready to change a child's life?  Join 60 other local volunteers in standing up for the rights of abused and neglected children of Kearney and Buffalo Counties.  Contact us today for more information about our upcoming trainings. 

63 children are waiting for a CASA volunteer.

Abused and Neglected children
Another great way to help abused and neglected children from your community is to donate.  We are always looking for children's books and stuffed animals, printer paper, and funding to keep the office open so we can train and supervise our wonderful volunteer advocates.