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Meet Rayna, a volunteer advocate with CASA of Galveston County. Read about her journey to become a volunteer and why it means so much to her. Treating myself to coffee and a pastry led me to become a CASA volunteer! Actually, I had heard about CASA three years earlier from my friend, a CASA in… Read more »
Meet Sharla, a CASA volunteer for the past year. Learn about why she continues to serve as an advocate. I have just completed my first year as a CASA. I must admit that I was a bit intimidated by the application and initial training process! But now I see the need for the in-depth process,… Read more »
Meet Misty, a CASA volunteer since 2017. Learn why she got started & what advice she has for other volunteers! At a mission trip to an orphanage in Haiti my heart went out to what happens to the kiddos that age out. They deserve a voice to help them prosper into adulthood especially since they… Read more »
Meet Clare & Steve. For these two, CASA stays in the family! Learn about this father and daughter and why they are CASA volunteers. Hi! My name is Clare Cybak. I have been a CASA volunteer for a year. I am a 6th grade math teacher in Pearland ISD. I love working with children and… Read more »
Meet Michael, one of our newest volunteers. Find out why he became a CASA volunteer. Hello! My name is Michael Hobley, and I’ve been a CASA since February of 2019 and am excited to be a part of this program. I was first introduced to CASA when my husband and I were fostering our now-adopted… Read more »