We need your help to recruit volunteers. On an average day in Dallas, nearly 2,000 children are living in protective care because it’s not safe at home. In 2022, 2,611 children in Dallas County were removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect. A CASA volunteer can make all the difference in the life of an abused child. While Dallas CASA envisions a day when all children experience safe and enriching childhoods, the agency currently provides a child advocate for every Dallas child in need.
We are looking for volunteers from every walk of life who share a commitment to improving children’s lives. We need volunteers from all areas of the community, and we are especially in need of more African American, bilingual and male volunteers.
There are many different ways to get involved in recruiting Dallas CASA volunteers. Please join us in our efforts to make sure that every abused and neglected child in Dallas has a CASA volunteer advocate to speak for them.
Communicate with your friends & colleagues
Do you know someone among your friends, family or coworkers who would be a great CASA volunteer? Let them know about us! Invite them to visit our website or attend a volunteer information session.
Introduce your company, organization or church to Dallas CASA
Invite a CASA speaker about volunteering to your next employee lunch & learn, organization membership meeting or special event. Submit an article about CASA for your company, organization or church newsletter. Display a CASA poster in your company break room or local community bulletin board. Help your company or organization determine ways to help.
Share on your social media
With email and social networks, you can recruit via word-of-mouth on a much larger scale. Share a Dallas CASA post. Like us on Facebook and Instagram, add your volunteer experience with Dallas CASA on LinkedIn. Email a “Because CASA Was There” story or an invitation to a volunteer information session. Share WFAA’s Wednesday’s Child volunteer recruitment promotion.
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Dallas CASA Toolkit
You are welcome to download the attached materials or call the Dallas CASA office to request printed materials.