1. A Child’s Live Moves Forward

    My name is Will. I am 12 years old. I was nine years old when I met my CASA volunteer, Cheryl. My brothers, sisters and I didn’t have any place to live before that. When I was in foster care, I moved to 15 different homes in two years. Most of my brothers and sisters were adopted, but not me. My a…Read More

  2. April is Child Abuse Awareness Month

    April is National Child Abuse Awareness month. Join the campaign and help us raise awareness and support for over 1,700 children in Larimer County impacted by abuse and neglect. There are over 500 children each year involved in a Dependency & Neglect court case due to child maltreatment and CASA…Read More

  3. You Can Help Wishes Come True

    They can thrive in 2018. Jared is starting a new school when he comes back from holiday break, and he hopes this one will stick. Michaela is about to start overnight trial visits with her mom, and she’s crossing her fingers that she can go home for good soon. Pablo is waiting for an adoptive famil…Read More

  4. You Can Make a Difference for Cameron

    He can have a brighter future. Cameron loves to take pictures. He has an old, hand-me-down camera that he brings everywhere he goes. He is a bright, gregarious, 10-year-old boy who loves dinosaurs and Star Wars. Like so many children across the country, Cameron’s parents are struggling with addict…Read More

  5. Enter for a Chance to Win!

      Give the gift of hope this season to a child in need and be entered to win one of three incredible gift sets. All donations of $100 or more to CASA of Larimer County during the month of December will be entered to win one of the following gift sets: New Year New You:  This gym bag is filled with…Read More

  6. A Family Holiday Made Possible by You

    A family came back together. Two years ago, Angela was readmitted to the hospital, after several repeat visits. Doctors diagnosed her with malnutrition and “failure to thrive.” On this visit, she was brought into foster care for medical neglect. Doctors, nurses, caseworkers—everyone—had lost…Read More

  7. Happy 30th Birthday CASA of Larimer County!

    Fundraising Page   CASA of Larimer County is celebrating 30 years of providing a voice in court for abused and neglected children and a safe place in the community for conflict-free family interactions. In 30 years, over 12,000 children have been served through Court Appointed Special Advocates and…Read More

  8. May is National Supervised Visitation Awareness Month

    When there are concerns for a child’s safety or well-being, Supervised Visitation ensures that a child is able to maintain contact with a parent in a safe environment while the issues are resolved. We need to raise awareness in all communities that children and families in these high-risk situatio…Read More

  9. CASA Volunteer Training Class – February 2017

    Welcome to our new CASA Volunteers!  New Chief Judge Stephen E. Howard presided over the swearing-in ceremony for these committed community members. Gina, Shannon, Laura, Kayla, Terri, Lydia, and Susan have dedicated over 40 hours in 4 weeks to advocate for children of abuse and neglect.  Mark Ma…Read More


    Eli was just a baby when CASA volunteer, Adri was assigned to his case. Rhonda speaks highly of CASA volunteer Adri and her dedication to Eli. It was thought that Eli would not be able to walk or speak well as he grew older but now he talks about playing football and is full of life with a beautiful…Read More