2020 Impact by the Numbers
Last year was hard, but our community can do hard things! Because of support from caring individuals like you, CASA of Brown County continued to recruit, train, and support CASA volunteers in Brown County and Marinette County in 2020:
Although the COVID-19 pandemic shifted how we do our work, this critical work never stopped in 2020.

Dedicated CASA volunteers found fun and creative ways to stay connected with children virtually, knowing that advocacy can't wait in times of crisis.

Driven by this same notion, over 40 new community members stepped into service and, after completing virtual training, were sworn in as CASA volunteers last year.

If you are a CASA volunteer reading this thank you for advocating for children in our community who desperately need a champion by their side. And if you are a CASA donor thank you for your generosity and continued support of our critical mission.

We are energized by your commitment to CASA and grateful that you choose to stand with us and the children we serve. Your partnership makes our work possible.

Stay tuned for more detailed 2020 impact data! Together, we're changing stories. 
Walter Payton Man of the Year Charity Challenge:
Thank You for Your Support!
Thank you to everyone who supported CASA champion Corey Linsley in the 2020 Walter Payton Man of the Year Charity Challenge! Whether you tweeted about the challenge every day, shared our posts, or told your friends about the challenge — thank you. We're grateful to be part of such a caring, generous community.

Of course, a special thank you to Corey and Anna Linsley for their unwavering support of the CASA mission! During the Walter Payton Man of the Year Charity Challenge, Kristin Jacobs, executive director of CASA of Brown County, wrote Corey a letter of gratitude for his long-standing partnership with CASA. To watch Corey read the letter, click the button below. 

Don't forget to tune into the 10th Annual NFL Honors ceremony on February 6 at 8 PM CT on CBS to find out who will win the 2020 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award! Good luck, Corey!
Save the Date: 2021 Virtual CASA Presents 
Looking for a fun way to make a difference? Mark your calendars for 2021 Virtual CASA Presents: Champions for Children!* This special online event will feature a public auction, raffle, and an exclusive virtual gathering for sponsors and their guests emceed by Bill Jartz of WBAY-TV on Thursday, April 29, at 7 PM CT.  

All proceeds raised during the event directly sustain our work to recruit, train, and support CASA volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children in Brown County, many of whom are in foster care. 

We hope you can join us! To learn more, click the button below. 
*Please note that this is a change from our November 2020 CASA Presents: Champions for Children announcement. To ensure everyone’s safety, the event will be virtual again this year. 
Get Social With Us This Year
If you haven’t already, be sure to follow us on social media to stay up-to-date with all things CASA in 2021. When you engage with and share our social media posts, you help spread critical awareness about the impact of CASA child advocacy. It’s a quick, easy way to make a big difference!

To follow us, simply click on a social media icon below. 
We’re Hiring
We are hiring an Advocate Supervisor in Marinette County!

To learn more about the Advocate Supervisor - Marinette County CASA Program position and apply, click the button below.

Thank you for sharing with those who may be interested!