Dallas CASA names Shashaunda Williams director of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Educational advocacy can mean a lot of different things for the children served by Dallas CASA. One child might need reading support while another would benefit from classroom accommodations, but where do you start? Dallas CASA's Nicole Bienusa offers tips for advocates serving children as they return to school this fall.
Though only 27 and getting to know a new city after moving to Dallas for work, Rowland Henshaw was looking for meaning and impact when he heard Dallas CASA needed more Black male volunteer advocates.
Dallas CASA volunteer Marypaz Medina remembers being a young immigrant to the United States experiencing language and culture shock, but she always had her family by her side. The thought of children navigating foster care with a language barrier brought her to Dallas CASA.
There are many ways Dallas CASA volunteers can help during the foster care crisis.