Ron Johnson, President and CEO Shore Medical Center
Jay Gillian Gillian's Wonderland Pier
Steven E. Brady, President and CEO Ocean City Home Bank
Tony Rodio, CEO Tropicana Atlantic City
Training starts soon, so get your application started by filling out the form to the right. We will contact you shortly after receiving your request and start you on your journey to helping change a child's life.
Interested In Volunteering?
Thank you for your inquiry. CASA Recruitment Coordinator Julie Bellezza will reach out to you soon. In the meantime, please check out a short video highlighting the need for CASA volunteers https://youtu.be/-P5g0GXr-yg and like us on FB and Twitter to get our latest news and updates.
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Abused and neglected children need more than the foster care and child welfare system can provide. CASA for Children recruits, trains and supports citizen-volunteers who advocate for abused children in the community and in the courtroom. An abused child with a CASA volunteer is:
Twice as likely to be adopted, than to linger in long-term foster care
Half as likely to re-enter the foster care system
More likely to have a plan for finding a permanent home, especially children of color
More likely to have better educational achievement
In Atlantic and Cape May Counties last fiscal year, 550 children had a CASA volunteer. A trusted adult who will stay with them until their case is resolved. But nearly 500 children are still waiting.
If you suspect a child is being abused or neglected contact New Jersey Division of Youth and Family Services at 1-877-NJ-ABUSE (1-877-652-2873).