Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteers are the reason we exist. CASA volunteers make a difference in the lives of foster children, one child at a time, by ensuring they receive the support and help they deserve. CASA volunteers are trained and then appointed by a judge to advocate on behalf of a child in foster care in both the courtroom and the community.
Check out the volunteer job description. If you meet the qualifications and the responsibilities are right for you, move on to the next step! Anyone interested in becoming a CASA volunteer must first attend an information session. Check our calendar to find out when and where the next one is scheduled.
Thank you so much for your interest in being a part of the CASA of Los Angeles.