Newsletter June 2019

´╗┐Child Advocates of SW Connecticut
is now

CASA of SW Connecticut

Transforming the lives of abused or neglected children by providing them with
Volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs)

Many thanks to Westport Stop & Shop
CAC is the beneficiary of Stop & Shop's July Community Bag Program
CAC will receive a $1 donation every time a $2.50 reusable Community Bag is sold at Westport Shop & Stop in July
Connecticut CASA attends National CASA Conference
CASA has expanded in CT with a new state organization and two new CASA programs to serve more children.
(l-r) Gary Brochu, Executive Director CASA of Southern CT; Stacey Sobel, Executive Director CASA of SW CT; Lauren Messner, Executive Director of state organization CT CASA Association; Josiah Brown, Executive Director CASA of Southern CT
Many thanks to the Trey Whitfield Foundation for the college scholarship for a young man in foster care. His CAC volunteer advocate located the scholarship and assisted the young man in completing the scholarship application. The young man, the DCF caseworker, and the CAC volunteer advocate will all attend an upcoming Gala to receive the scholarship.
Congratulations!
Thank You for the Generous Grants to CASA of SW Connecticut!
$15,000 from William T. Morris Foundation


$7,000 from New Canaan Community Foundation


$2,500 from Westport Sunrise 21st Century Rotary Foundation


$2,500 from Wells Fargo Foundation
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