April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to help people across the country understand that safe, stable, and nurturing relationships and environments are necessary to ensure that children thrive. Blue Pinwheels signify support and solidarity for abused and neglected children in our communities.
CASA of the Continental Divide is creating a Pinwheel Garden in the Town of Dillon and ask that you help our garden grow. Your donation will go directly to supporting youth in dependency and neglect cases in Clear Creek, Eagle, Lake, and Summit County. To do so, CASA will recruit train, mentor, and support volunteers who advocate for the youth in court. These volunteers are the voice of the child during court proceedings working to ensure they are in safe and permanent homes. Your donation will lift up a child’s voice. Change a Child's Story.