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The "Best Way" to Give Back

At a time when good news seems to be in short supply, a new publication called the Goodnewspaper is celebrating people, ideas and movements that are changing the world for the better.

In a sidebar to a feature story on a Baltimore photographer transferring his skills to kids from the neighborhood, the Goodnewspaper suggests to its readers “good,” “better,” and “best” ways to give back to youth in your community, citing CASA volunteerism as its top choice. The paper recommends becoming a CASA volunteer as a way to take meaningful action on behalf of children. We agree.

Are you interested in becoming a CASA volunteer? Find your local program and ask about the next training. 

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