1. It’s Draft Day- Quarterbacks for CASA

    Hi team! We have a problem and we need your help. About 50% of the children we serve are boys, however only about 15% of our volunteers are men. We need more male advocates and what better way to recruit more men than to have other guys (and girls) like you helping us out! We recently learned about …Read More

  2. Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce Red Carpet Event

    Alli Hummer, Events and Partnership Coordinator for CASA of Larimer County, collaborated with Kim and Rachel of the Fort Collins Chamber of Commerce Red Carpet Committee to host an event for chamber members. Together they packed the Harmony House with nearly 50 individuals from area businesses and n…Read More

  3. Child Abuse Awareness Campaign 2018 Recap

    Thank you to our amazing business partners who helped to make our Child Abuse Awareness Campaign a huge success! Through out the month of April, local businesses supported the mission of CASA of Larimer County by hosting awareness events.  Pack-a-Dilly and Big Al's hosted a month long change jar. …Read More

  4. Website Refresh made possible by Madwire

    We love the look and feel of our new website!  That's thanks to the talent and generosity of the team at Madwire.  Not familiar with Madwire?  Madwire is based in Fort Collins and offers world-class digital marketing software & highly skilled professional marketing services. Cassidy Lundm…Read More

  5. Free Summer Concert Series

                                                       Sounds of Summer Concert Series Fortified Collaborations and Front Range Village are partnering with CASA of Larimer County to bring music to southeast Fort Collins and a voice for the mission of CASA…Read More

  6. Mason Finds a Forever Mom

    Because of you, he will recover from trauma. For three long years, Mason wanted to be safe, have a permanent home, and to have a mom.   Mason’s case opened due to severe sexual abuse and both he and his sister were suffering from severe trauma. He changed foster homes several times, moved to dif…Read More

  7. So Many People; One Little Girl

    She can have a brighter future. Lacey was just one-year-old when she was removed from her parents due to domestic violence and substance abuse. Lacey’s father was incarcerated and her mother, Becky, struggled with sobriety and homelessness. Eva, a CASA volunteer, was assigned to Lacey’s case jus…Read More

  8. A Family Reunited Because of You

    A family is finally back together. Shylah, now age 10, is the oldest of three siblings, ages 6 and 4, who have been involved in the judicial and foster care systems several times due to her mother’s addiction to heroin. Every time a new case opened, Rebecca, the children’s grandmother fought for…Read More

  9. 2018 Awards

    We get to work with the most amazing people every day; people like you who care so much for children AND want to do something to make a difference! Each year we are proud to honor our volunteers and community business partners at our annual Light of Hope community impact breakfast. Courage & Ded…Read More

  10. 2018 Keynote Speaker

    Good morning everyone! Thank you so much for having me! As Sabrina mentioned, my name is Courtney Walter. I grew up in Elizabeth, Colorado, which was once a small town, but now has a Walmart – which is big time in a town like that. My brother, Brandon, is 16 months younger than me and was and stil…Read More

  11. 2018 Light of Hope Breakfast

    Thank you for joining the movement to provide a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), to every child in need of an advocate! With nearly 300 in attendance, we raised over $56,000 in donations and recruited six new volunteers interested in volunteering at CASA of Larimer County. The photos below h…Read More