1. A Team For Brie

    Brie knew that her Mom wasn’t taking the medicine that the Doctor gave her, because she was acting funny and talking really fast. One night she woke her from her bed and told her that they were in danger and had to leave right away. Brie was afraid and started to cry as her Mom hurried her into th…Read More

  2. New Staff: Meet Jennifer Entner

    For as far back as she can remember, Jennifer Entner has been a strong advocate for children. Having earned a Bachelor's of Science in Psychology from Colorado State University, she spent most of her professional career with non-profits focusing on children's causes, such as the Namaqua Center and t…Read More

  3. A Stranger Who Didn’t Let Them Down

    Felix and Giovanni never really had the opportunity to get to know their Dad, let alone form a relationship with him. As the older of the two brothers, Felix had some fuzzy memories of their Dad, but mostly they involved a lot of sleeping, yelling and promising to do things that they never ended up …Read More

  4. Ben’s Journey Home

    6 year-old Ben had already been through a lot when Jennifer was assigned as his CASA. Placed in foster care because his parents couldn’t adequately provide for his safety, Ben exhibited a lot of behavioral issues as a result of trauma he had endured during his first years of life. Shortly after be…Read More

  5. 17th Annual Artisan Fair Raises Funds for Harmony House

    On Saturday, December 1st, CASA of Larimer County held it's Annual Artisan Fair to raise funds to support the operation of Harmony House. Seventeen local artists participated in the event, which, coincidentally, is the number of years it has been taking place. Selling everything from delicious choco…Read More

  6. Chef Legacy Wine Dinner Raises Funds for Abused Children

    (Windsor, CO) – On Monday November 5th, 2018 forty-five community supporters attended the Chef Legacy Wine Dinner; a sold out exclusive fine dining experience at Windsor’s Chimney Park Restaurant & Bar. The event was a benefit for CASA of Larimer County.  “We are thrilled to collaborate w…Read More

  7. A family came back together.

    Two days after Christmas, Jordan’s mother called the police to report intruders in their home. She was seeing and hearing people coming in through the heater in her home. Jordan’s mother was taken to the hospital for a mental health evaluation, and a social worker came and took Jordan to a foste…Read More

  8. Give a Child a Brighter Future

    We would like to introduce you to Lily. Lily loves to read. Her CASA volunteer helped her get her own library card and now she has an unlimited supply of books. Lily is a bright, sweet, 9-year-old girl who loves kittens and “The Little Mermaid.” Many families are spending the holidays apart this…Read More

  9. New Staff: Meet Rhiannon Tovani

    We are happy to introduce our new Development Manager, Rhiannon Tovani.  Rhiannon holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Regis University and has a Master's of Education degree in Adult Education and Training from Colorado State University. Rhiannon first became involved with CAS…Read More

  10. A Fierce Advocate for Volunteers and Children

    Colorado CASA Staff Member of the Year Colorado CASA looks forward to recognizing the amazing volunteers who help our programs achieve our mission at the annual State Conference.  This year was different for CASA of Larimer County.  CASA of Larimer County's very own Linn Bates won Staff Member of …Read More

  11. Make a Difference Week

    Thank You for Making an Impact! Coordinated by the United Way, Make a Difference Week pairs local businesses with local non-profits to make an impact in our Northern Colorado community. Since 1992, Make A Difference Day has inspired hundreds of thousands of volunteers to give back in their local co…Read More