What We Do:
COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES (CASA)
CASA volunteers are appointed by a judge to advocate for foster children in court. The CASA volunteer’s role is to both advocate for and mentor the child. CASAs are often called the “eyes and ears of the court, and the voice of the child” in juvenile court proceedings.
BE BOLD partners at-risk youth with a specially trained CASA they can trust, learn with, and grow alongside. Youth and their partners meet weekly for fun, skill-building activities and come together once a month with a group of their peers to support one another and create their own community.
Prosper Placer serves families who live at or below the poverty level and are motivated to make lasting changes in their lives. Prosper Placer brings together volunteers and parents in group settings to develop an intentional community of support, where volunteers help parents by sharing their knowledge, connections, and friendship.