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New National CASA Videos: We are pleased to share new video content from National CASA that is now available for programs to use in volunteer recruitment and brand awareness efforts. View videos on YouTube or CASAforChildren.org.

National CASA Transition Update: Thank you to all who joined in the first Member Community Call on August 21. We value your feedback. Many participants asked for more information about the National CASA Strategic Framework. You can read the Framework, as well as information about this transition, at CASAforChildren.org/Transition2014 (program login required).

National CASA Annual Report Posted: The 2013 National CASA Annual Report is now available. Read a letter from CEO Michael Piraino and view highlights and financial information from 2013. Read the Annual Report.

ShopCASA: Purchase CASA-branded promotional items and marketing materials from vendor 3dASAP.

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Program Spotlight: Indiana Forms Win-Win Partnerships

Leslie Dunn, Indiana State Director, has seen a great deal of success with partnerships that promote Indiana CASA programs and help more kids. Most recently, Indiana is partnering with The Justice Project to distribute books to abused and neglected children.

Leslie has written a new piece for us about these unique partnerships that assist both the State Office and local programs with raising public awareness of the CASA mission, recruiting and training volunteers and fundraising.

Read the article for more about these projects.

This National CASA spotlight is the next in a series of articles generated or suggested by National CASA regional program officers. This month’s author is Leslie Dunn, Indiana State Director. In future months, we’ll continue to share information about program innovations and best practices from around the network. If you have news to share, please contact your RPO or email the National CASA Communications Department.

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