The CASA Mission
To Strengthen families and communities through trauma-informed advocacy, support and services.
CASA always appreciates help with office administrative duties, including various mailings, data entry, and filing. You can also help staff with exciting fundraising events and committees, such as the annual Golf Tournament, etc. These events are always in need of enthusiastic committee members, as well. Get to know the CASA staff and be a part of these essential efforts that sustain the CASA programs.
Work in the CASA office on administrative projects. Contact the Administrative Assistant at 970-513-9390 for more information.
CASA greatly appreciates professional services donated to help enhance its programs. Current volunteers donate graphic design, printing, real estate, public relations, artistic, and various other types of services, which have helped to support CASA in many ways.
Professional Volunteers can work on a single project or on an on-going basis.
If you are willing to donate some of your time and experience, please call the Executive Director at 970-513-9390 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Annual Golf Scramble:
To generate awareness and support in the fight against child abuse CASA of the Continental Divide hosts the Annual Golf Tournament Fundraiser summer. You can help in a variety of ways including:
Serve on the Committee – Help to plan this fantastic fun filled event. As a committee member you can help to organize other volunteers on the day, help with publicity, running the silent auction and organizing the event.
Event “Check-In” Receptionist – On the day of the event CASA needs volunteers to assist with the “registration” process of all attendees. This would require you to man the registration table and confirm names from the attendee lists provided and to handle any un-registered guests. Informing attendees of their hole assignment, schedule for the event and other general information as required. Training will be provided the day of the event. Volunteers are required morning and/or afternoon shifts.
Help on the course – Act as a “greeter” to incoming golfers on the day of the event. This may require you to stand course to take pictures of the golfers, monitor the hole in one tee or man the betting hole. Training will be provided the day of the event. Volunteers are required morning and/or afternoon shifts.