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CASA Volunteering Explained in Three Minutes

 

Have you ever had a hard time explaining to a friend or coworker what a CASA volunteer does, or why someone should volunteer? CASA of Travis County has just made telling this story easier with a new video.  A special thank you to The For the City Network in Austin, Texas, for donating the production of this wonderful public education piece.

 

As originally produced, the video is localized for CASA of Travis County. However, The For the City Network extended their generosity by producing a non-localized version that can be used by CASA programs across the country. Don’t miss this chance to share the video with people who want to know what a CASA volunteer is, and how they help abused or neglected children. More information will be sent to CASA programs next week with additional details on how they can use the video in their own efforts.

 

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